Correct spelling for BIPLOUR
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Possible correct spellings for biplour
- bellow The response to the mute inquiry of his sageship was an ounce-and-a-quarter bullet from the smooth-bore, which made him bellow with pain, and in a few moments he rose up again, tumbling in his death agonies.
- below "Come up, then, and I will search the place," came from below.
- bible No one has ever written or ever will write a second Bible.
- bile The liver makes bile that is stored in the gallbladder, to be released on demand into the small intestine to digest fat.
- bill "Oh, Bill," interrupted Tom, "had you seen her as I did, last night, when I went, with old dad, to call at their lodgings.
- billow This surf never ceased its roar; for, however calm the weather might be, there is always a gentle swaying motion in the great Pacific, which, although scarce noticeable out at sea, reaches the shore at last in a huge billow.
- billowy He smiled; he moved the billowy folds of my dress with infinite reverence, and seated himself timidly beside me.
- billy Unc' Billy just dropped right down in his tracks as if he were dead.
- biped The two stablemen let go the reins, the steed rose up erect on his hind legs and bucked along as a biped for several yards.
- biplane 96 shows a typical biplane, and though there are certain modifications in most modern machines, the principles upon which it was built apply to all aeroplanes.
87 words made from the letters biplour
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Misspelling of the day
- all a sudden
- all off
- art grossed out by
- art guard
- be in midair
- beared comparison
- beat someone to it