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  • baguette In France a baguette must weigh 250 grams (8.
  • barque She turned out to be the 'Rosa,' of Guernsey, a fine barque of 700 tons, and she had been caught and disabled by the storm we had ourselves encountered.
  • barth Benigno Aquino Jr, national hero, savior, and martyr of Philippine democracy, who described himself as a "born again" Catholic and Christian socialist John Archer, former Mayor of Christchurch and President of the New Zealand Labour Party Karl Barth, theologian Leo Tolstoy Edward Bellamy, author of Looking Backward Francis Bellamy, original author of the Pledge of Allegiance; brother of Edward Tony Benn, British Parliamentarian and Campaigner Sergei Bulgakov, Russian Orthodox Christian theologian, philosopher and economist Robert Malachy Burke Hugo Chávez, former President of Venezuela and Catholic socialist Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement Percy Dearmer Eugene V.
  • bath "Have you arranged with the bath-steward yet?
  • beagle He seemed to be as keen on the scent as a rabbit hound, only he went about his work noiselessly, and not with the idea of giving tongue, such as a beagle usually shows.
  • beaked The master of the black sleigh was still enveloped in his cloak, only the gleam of his eyes, small and black and crossed, was visible under the cap, his beaked nose and the upward twist of his grey mustache.
  • beaker At last the Abbot, standing there with the rope dangling behind him, saw Gottlieb bring a huge beaker of liquor to the sentinel, who at once sat down on the stone bench under the arch to enjoy it.
  • becket A defence of Becket against Henry, of the Church against the State, from the pen of a competent writer, would have been as interesting and as important a contribution as Froude's own papers to the great issue between Sacerdotalism and Erastianism.
  • beckett =HOLIDAY, Where to go for a. = By E. P. SHOLL, Sir H. MAXWELL, JOHN WATSON, JANE BARLOW, MARY LOVETT CAMERON, JUSTIN H. McCARTHY, PAUL LANGE, J. W. GRAHAM, J. H. SALTER, PHOEBE ALLEN, S. J. BECKETT, L. RIVERS VINE, and C. F. GORDON CUMMING.
  • beget Now this is the great office of the Spirit of the Father, to beget in us good thoughts of him, to incline us to charitable and favourable constructions of him, and make us ready to think well of him, to beget a good understanding in us and him, and correct our jealous misapprehensions of him.
  • beneath Follow me now as always, friend, and be silent beneath your sufferings.
  • bequeath "Though a father owes no account of his life to his children, he is bound to bequeath to them the experience Fate sells him so dearly-is it not a part of their inheritance?
  • berth He was too restless to lie down in his berth.
  • bouquet With these words he threw the bouquet on the table, hastily seized a paper, looked into it, and, without glancing at her, waved his right hand.
  • breath He paused to draw breath, and then continued: "So you understand, that good Sister-oh!
  • Bequeathed The honours are bequeathed, but not the good, or the evil deeds, or the talents by which they were obtained.
  • Quoth
  • bequeaths 13 If a man bequeaths to his debtor a discharge from his debt, the legacy is good, and the testator's heir cannot sue either the debtor himself, or his heir, or any one who occupies the position of heir to him, and the debtor can even compel the testator's heir to formally release him.
  • beakers Royal wine sparkled in goblets of crystal and beakers of gold.
  • disimproving
  • disinfections
  • dog-paddles

98 words made from the letters beaqueth

4 letter words made from beaqueth:

qutb, baue, hate, bahu, tuah, huta, quah, etau, quta, thua, heat, buqa, abet, quba, buah, tabu, qube, buhe, tahu, bath, hebe, bhau, beet, hetu, thue, etah, teeb, abut, teba, beau, taub, taue, quae, haue, thea, ehab, tuba, beat, behe, taee, utah, buea, uate, tube, beta, haub, huat, uqba, bate, baht, beth, buha, tebe.

3 letter words made from beaqueth:

hat, bat, ate, qat, ute, but, uta, tau, hue, tea, bee, het, tab, eta, tee, hub, thb, bet, hut, tub, eat.

5 letter words made from beaqueth:

bhuta, bethe, ateeq, theba, bahut, haute, thebe, beeth, haque, eathe, queet, qutab, butea, tubae, baute, bathe, hebat, heute, behue, beaut, heqet, qutba, ebute, atque.

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