Correct spelling for BEUTFULL

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Possible correct spellings for beutfull

  • beautiful But they are so beautiful, perhaps you may like to hear.
  • beautifully It was a beautifully clear night, so I stayed there till nearly morning.
  • bedfellow He implores mercy for his "desolate bedfellow," for her children, and for his sons by his first wife.
  • beetle I formerly grew the plants for the fall crop in beds elevated two or three feet above the ground, in order to escape the flea beetle, but in later years I have grown a portion of the plants in the open ground.
  • befall He felt it as keenly as any catastrophe which could befall his own house, and in such cases always stood ready to sacrifice his means to foreign necessities.
  • befoul "Markandeya said, 'There was, O Bharata, a virtuous ascetic of the name of Kausika and endued with wealth of asceticism and devoted to the study of the Vedas, he was a very superior Brahmana and that best of Brahmanas studied all the Vedas with the Angas and the Upanishadas and one day he was reciting the Vedas at the foot of a tree and at that time there sat on the top of that tree a female crane and that she-crane happened at that time to befoul the Brahmana's body and beholding that crane the Brahmana became very angry and thought of doing her an injury and as the Brahmana cast his angry glances upon the crane and thought also of doing her an injury, she fell down on the ground and beholding the crane thus fallen from the tree and insensible in death, the Brahmana was much moved by pity and the regenerate one began to lament for the dead crane saying, "Alas, I have done a bad deed, urged by anger and malice!"
  • betel She was afraid and soon began to climb the betel-nut tree, and she hid herself.
  • boastful Thus his name became a by-word And a jest among the people; And whene'er a boastful hunter Praised his own address too highly, Or a warrior, home returning, Talked too much of his achievements, All his hearers cried, "Iagoo!
  • boastfully Petrosino claimed-not boastfully-that he could, with proper deportation laws behind him, exterminate the Black Hand throughout the United States in three months.
  • bountiful O great Asklepios, O bountiful and gracious Hygeia, ease his sufferings, which are indeed beyond endurance!
  • bountifully But I've got it now, she added, as she helped herself bountifully to the saccharine bits.
  • doubtful I think it very doubtful if General Bassett will now require your services upon his staff."
  • doubtfully "But Peter's lame-" Cherry submitted, doubtfully.
  • dutiful Then she continued her dutiful pastime, her head bent so low that he could see nothing but the part dividing the soft brown hair of her fine head.
  • dutifully Ralph Peden had dutifully kissed his cousins Jemima, Kezia, and Kerenhappuch; but, on the whole, he had felt more pleasure when he had partaken of the excellent bannocks prepared for him by the fair hands of Kerenhappuch herself.
  • hurtful Perhaps some expect, that the common elementary principles which once composed the bodies of the decomposed dead, would, for the occasion, be collected again from the general storehouse of the atmosphere and earth, and would exhibit themselves, on their re-organization, more hurtful than at first.
  • outfall If they could reach that, they might clamber under the very spout of the hissing outfall, drenched but comparatively safe, for the rest was no more than a scrubby staircase that bore away leftward to the gentler slopes of the valley and the beach below.
  • tubful When lecturing time drew near, rattling and splashing, with a tubful of fish, round-eyed and astonished at the violent upheavals of their usual calm abiding place, he drove up to the lecture hall, changed his clothes, and at the appointed time appeared on the platform and delivered one of the best lectures that section ever heard.
  • Befell I remarked that, from the time of my degradation with Melulla, every kind of misfortune befell me.
  • hurtfully SOCRATES: Do not repeat the old story-that he who likes will kill me and get my money; for then I shall have to repeat the old answer, that he will be a bad man and will kill the good, and that the money will be of no use to him, but that he will wrongly use that which he wrongly took, and if wrongly, basely, and if basely, hurtfully.

77 words made from the letters beutfull

4 letter words made from beutfull:

blue, belu, lute, ubtf, lulu, fulu, elul, full, felt, left, lube, belt, tuul, uleb, bufe, bull, tuel, bleu, fell, tfeb, bulu, bell, tfeu, tulu, tube, bulf, fuel, leul, lule, tubu, flue, fuet, tbfu, flub, tell, lbft, beft, blut.

3 letter words made from beutfull:

blt, bel, eft, bet, tub, elf, but, feb, flu, utu, llb, lbf, let, ute, ell, ult, ull, leu.

5 letter words made from beutfull:

bellu, tulle, belul, ubell, bluet, fluet, bulle, tuell, utell, utube, flute, beltu, blute, lulue, bluut.

7 letter words made from beutfull:

tubeful, blueflu.

6 letter words made from beutfull:

tubule, bullfe, bullet, tubful.

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Suope

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