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Correct spelling for BLOSUM
We think the word blosum is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for blosum
- Blossomy(Definition of blossomy)
- Besom(Definition of besom)
- Balsam(Definition of balsam)
- Bosomy(Definition of bosomy)
- Bliss(Definition of bliss)
- Bolus(Definition of bolus)
- Blase(Definition of blase)
- Blouse(Definition of blouse)
- Blossom(Definition of blossom)
- Bloused(Definition of bloused)
- Bosom(Definition of bosom)
- Bloom(Definition of bloom)
But, when the sails had darkened into black wings, through the twilight sweeping away into night-past the broken tombs of the hebrews homeward we sauntered slowly, through dew-sweet, blossomy alleys; so drew near the boat by errant and careless approaches, entered, and left with indolent pulses the lido behind us.
Oh, no, there is still one article-and one of great importance alongside the tent you see our camp besom or broom.
If you've got sore throat there ain't nothin' better'n 'arabian balsam.
She appears unapproachably beautiful, every inch a woman yet every inch majesty, for in his innocent mind the ideas "woman" and "majesty" are synonymous, and mean for him an indefinable something which fills him with bliss and with fear.
There are more than enough of blase people in town-you be yourself.
Over his sailor suit he had a brown holland blouse, which once, doubtless, had been clean, but was certainly so no longer.
Sir roger wants to see you on may blossom, and you know she's a hot 'un, sir, and don't want the steel.
Now the blooms of springtide on the meadow touch no more my heart; where thou, angel, art, is truth and goodness; nature, where thou art.
God bless you, my child.
They're as sweet as their own cherry blossoms.
Her complexion had always been very transparent, but now excitement had added a soft bloom.