How to spell BITEN correctly?

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  • baiting Hunting, bull-baiting, and drinking were the principal amusements with which Walpole entertained his guests there.
  • bate 1. "You may as well go stand upon the beach And bid the main flood bate his usual height."
  • baton Liza played alone, and with great precision; Lemm grew animated, excited, rolled a piece of paper into a baton, and beat time.
  • batten They'd been in Italy and France, and had picked up Miss Guest, who was only too enchanted to batten on Monny's kindness and dollars.
  • beaten "They know they are beaten," said the old ladies.
  • ben Ben McCulloch thought best to go on to Richmond to explain his course since Wilson's Creek, and also to look after the very tender subject of his rank and powers.
  • bide They pointed out the Carlyle house, gazing at us in solemn pity because we were poor tourist-bodies, who couldna bide the rest of our lives in the best village in a' the wurlld.
  • bin At this crisis Rawsden, one of the junior boarders, who had just returned from business and had been met at the reception-bin by Mrs. Douce with news of the dread trunk, passed up-stairs and caught a glimpse of the tableau, from the hall.
  • biotin
  • bit "It's only a bit of a way from here, and if we live there we'll not be far from the O'Briens.
  • bite O Lord, don't let it bite me!
  • biter The biter had been bit, and could not complain of the outcome.
  • biting Charmian sat biting her lips and tingling all over in an acute exasperation of the nerves.
  • bitten But not before it had torn and bitten him more dangerously than he knew; for the dusk hid the wounds, and excitement kept him from feeling them at first.
  • bitter This could only be learnt by bitter experience.
  • bittern During my walk, a bittern called out to me.
  • bitumen The tar is messy and very viscous, making it difficult to work with.
  • briton The briton is a breed of small dog with a fox-like face and short, curly hair.
  • britten She was listening to Bach on the radio, something she often does in the mornings before starting her day.
  • butane I found butane gas in the kitchen.
  • byte
  • ten According to the clock on the wall, it is 10:00 PM.
  • Batmen Batman was fighting the villains.
  • Been
  • Bidden Kristen bade goodbye to her friends and headed home.
  • bites Biting mosquitoes are the worst.
  • BITNET Bitnet is a computer network used to communicate among computers.
  • Baden

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