Correct spelling for BBOKS

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Possible correct spellings for bboks

  • bbs
  • bogus I despise the infernal bogus brick columns plastered over with mortar.
  • book Such a pretty book, isn't it?
  • boss In the meantime, he is very busy and, as he says, "making good with his boss."
  • box I never knew what it was till I heard a talk about a little box that was lost."
  • brooks Mr. W.E. Brooks remarks:-"I found this bird common at Almorah, and procured several nests.
  • Backs In the city they would have turned their backs and walked away from each other.
  • Boas I wondered what certain large baskets which looked like clothes-baskets were, and was told that ladies wearing boas or lace wraps around their shoulders were expected to drop them into these baskets.
  • Beaks "This stone, my dear," said Jack, "is, I suppose, for us to sharpen our beaks upon."
  • bobs From mossy barn the owl Bobs hasty out-wheels round and, scared as soon, As hastily retires.
  • bows From their feet Christian rose, and without a look removed to the bows.
  • books 5. Those are our books.
  • barks The short, shrill barks of answering bucks sound clearly across the surface of the lake, and indistinct specks begin to appear on the edge of the more distant forests.
  • blocks "Not ten blocks from here," replied Dr. Purple, and named the street and number.
  • boys I never see any difference in boys.
  • bakes On account of the baking it is best to make the white cake first, and then it can be iced and the dishes cleaned away while the loaf cake bakes.
  • bogs Drumtochty in its length, which was eight miles, and its breadth, which was four, lay in his hand; besides a glen behind, unknown to the world, which in the night time he visited at the risk of life, for the way thereto was across the big moor with its peat holes and treacherous bogs.
  • bucks He appears to have married Joan, a sister of Richard Grafton, and in this way became possessed of considerable land in the county of Bucks.
  • BIOS
  • OKS
  • BXS
  • BOOS
  • Burks
  • blokes
  • bookies
  • Becks
  • bikes
  • almsgivings
  • amnemonic
  • antipathized
  • antithesize
  • antithesized
  • antithesizes
  • arcadias
  • boobooing
  • discardings
  • discepted
  • disconsonant
  • unwasteful
  • dogcatchers
  • dogpaddled
  • dogpaddles
  • endinged
  • endinging

8 words made from the letters bboks

3 letter words made from bboks:

bob, sob, bos, kob, kos, bbs.

4 letter words made from bboks:

kobs, bobs.

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