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Possible correct spellings for behid
- bad I am going to the bad!
- bead "He'll not fire on you so long as he can draw a bead on me," he said, quietly.
- beady There was no longer any attempt to hide the greed in the beady eyes.
- beard She turned with a smile toward Lampson, who was pulling his short beard.
- bed What better chance would Throckmorton have than when she should be gone to put the child to bed?
- bede Next morning, calm in mind, and happier, he went downstairs to the drawing-room, a small book in his hand, an historical work of great importance by the Venerable Bede, intitled Vita beatorum abbatum Wiremuthensium, et Girvensiuem, Benedicti Ceolfridi, Easteriwini, Sigfridi atque Hoetberti.
- befit In a fulness of years Azariah had died and been chested, like Joseph of old, his soul to be gathered, as he believed, to another horizontal plane, exalted far above this, as would befit an abode for spirits of the departed good.
- behead The curling wreaths like turbans seem Of silent slaves that come and go,- Or Viziers, packed with craft and crime, Whom I behead from time to time, With pipe-stem, at a single blow.
- behind "Laura," he whispered, glancing behind him.
- behold They watched him-a little spellbound, perhaps; and as they watched him, even before their eyes-behold, he was gone!
- bend Then he walked on again and vanished in a bend in the path.
- bet I'll bet you the fifty guineas, double or quit, I break this china plate at the first shot, ten paces distant.
- betide They are a law unto themselves, have their own tribunals, officers, fines and punishments and woe betide the member who doesn't submit.
- bid Bid Aunt Tilda good-bye, please."
- bide Retiring cautiously from the scene, the Blackfoot chief determined to bide his time until he should find a good opportunity to pounce upon Moonlight and carry her off quietly.
- bind Then he pulled a handkerchief from his pocket, and proceeded to bind it tightly round her head.
- bird 77. Winter, W.-The Blue Bird.
- bit They are not a bit what they were."
- bod "No, sir," said ' Bod, as he was familiarly termed; and then he began to spin his muffin cap by the tuft of coloured wool on the top.
- braid Taking his knife, he ripped off the braid, and fastened it among the curls of his little playfellow."
- bud Sorter like Bud arter he got up from the fever."
- Behaved I was wondering how Gordon had behaved towards her and whether she had found the task a hard and ungrateful one?
- Beheld The reader will easily believe that these preparations were beheld, by a party of hungry soldiers, with no indifferent eye.
- Belied "Merrie England" was at its best, they say, when the pages we know were making; but here as elsewhere, the name is a tradition, belied by every fact of the present.
- Beside The landlord for the second time dropped into a chair beside me.
- Bled In the editorial columns of many papers a certain malicious joy is even observable, that England, who boasts of having mastered the submarine, should now be so mercilessly and persistently bled.
- Bred But no well-bred husky makes remarks of that sort.
- Baird Sir David Baird was a man of great energy, and, having succeeded in borrowing a little more money from Mr. Frere, he started on his march to join General Moore.
- BAHIA He was one of several brothers of a good country family which owned large possessions in the interior 150 miles from the city of Bahia.
- beheads Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee and Peraea, 137. beheads John the Baptist, 147.
- Baha'i Religions: Shi'a Muslim 89%, Sunni Muslim 9%, Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christian, and Baha'i 2%
- bedhead The top of it was well above her head, but might it not be that the old rhyme meant between this bedhead and the wall?
11 words made from the letters behid
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- at heels of