How to spell BCUASE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell bcuase correctly

  • baas What's that you say-the Baas went to Mr. Fellowes?
  • bake Bake it in an oven for an hour.
  • base We look up at the well-born men, and side-ways at the base-born.
  • bask He had an eye for scenery, and longed to bask in it again; boating seemed delightful; and he was amazed, not to say elated, by the grandeur of the house, which exceeded any-save Centry Park-in his limited experience.
  • bass The voices from Turner's cabin came steadily, Miss Lee's low tones, Turner's heavy bass only now and then.
  • bias The author was well disposed; but could not entirely get the better of his original bias.
  • blase She was blase about the whole thing and walked away.
  • blues
  • bose My mom bought me a Bose stereo for my birthday.
  • bruise
  • bus
  • buss She busied herself with grooming her horse.
  • busy
  • case The plaintiff filed a case against the defendant.
  • cause
  • coarse I found some really coarse fabric at the store.
  • course
  • curse I will never eat at that restaurant again, they curse a lot!
  • cuss
  • ukase The emperor issued a ukase forbidding hunting on holy days.
  • Bases He was trying to steal bases.
  • Because I have to finish this project because I promised my mom I would.
  • Boas
  • Bursae Bursae are sacs that hold a lot of fluid, such as breast milk or urine.
  • Busk I usually busk on the bust the corners of the mall.
  • Casey
  • Cues Jeffrey's cues were missing from the scene.
  • buys
  • bugs I'm getting bit by bugs all the time.
  • buses
  • CUBS
  • BURS I'm going to bursars office to pay my tuition.
  • CURS I must refuse this invitation to tend the garden because I have a sick cat.

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