Correct spelling for BEA

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Possible correct spellings for bea

  • ba As he sat down, his eyes rested with withering scorn upon Alec Forbes, who instantly started to his feet amidst a confusion of plaudits and hisses, but, finding it absolutely impossible to speak so as to be heard, contented himself with uttering a sonorous ba-a-a-a, and instant dropped into his seat, all the other outcries dissolving in shouts of laughter.
  • baa A faint "baa" told what it was.
  • be "Miette," said Madame Dalize, "be serious, and don't answer for others."
  • bead "Give us the one bead which is nagaba, or we will burn your house," said the alan.
  • beak It wasn't until Old Blue Beak butted in that our visit began to look interestin'.
  • beam He fixed his eyes on hers now, and the light in them first quivered, then grew steady as a beam.
  • bean Bean, Mr., on Yorkshire Oolite.
  • bear Trouble may come, but I can bear it.
  • beat They had to wait for the horses to be ready, and so I beat them."
  • beau "The scoundrel's still thinking about Claire," said the old beau, as he sat gazing after the handsome cavalry officer.
  • bed He raised in bed.
  • bee After that I desired more than ever to see deep into the life of the strange bee-man.
  • beg He has been talking about it every day since he knew that I thought of going; and I promised him I would beg hard that he might go with me."
  • ben I pick Ben Franklin.
  • bet Come, Bet, and show it."
  • beta We have only begun to know of X-rays and the alpha, beta, and gamma rays from them, of radium, radioactivity, and finally of this new force which I have discovered and call 'protodyne,' the original force.
  • bey Then think that I hid the deed for one who was a stranger to me, whose life must ever lay far from mine, and see clearly that I did it for a woman's sake, and not for this woman's sake; for I had never seen her till the moment I struck Foorgat Bey into silence and the tomb.
  • boa One young fellow, I remember, who had only been as far as the Isle of Man, brought back such accounts of his adventures among blacks and boa-constrictors, that I quite envied him the exciting sports he had there witnessed.
  • bra
  • ea
  • lea
  • pea
  • sea
  • tea
  • yea
  • DEA
  • Bela
  • BIA
  • BSA
  • all-firedest

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