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Possible correct spellings for blowdry

  • Blued
  • Bolero(Definition of bolero)
  • Belfry(Definition of belfry)
  • Then he climbed the tower of the old north church, by the wooden stairs, with stealthy tread, to the belfry-chamber overhead, and startled the pigeons from their perch on the sombre rafters, that round him made masses and moving shapes of shade,- by the trembling ladder, steep and tall to the highest window in the wall, where he paused to listen and look down a moment on the roofs of the town, and the moonlight flowing over all.

  • Blotter(Definition of blotter)
  • Above it was an oval mirror framed in wood which had been painted white, and, shaking exceedingly, hardly knowing what she did, she held up the heavy blotter with the paper facing the mirror, and slowly turned over the thick white sheets.

  • Balladry(Definition of Balladry)
  • Then, out of the hubbub and the clash of tongues, the bawdy tales and scraps of balladry, (as out of chaos rose the slow round world) at last, though for the mermaid inn alone, emerged some tragic semblance of a soul, some semblance of the rounded truth, a world glimpsed only through great mists of blood and tears, yet smitten, here and there, with dreadful light, as i believe, from heaven.

  • Blurry
  • Baldy(Definition of baldy)
  • Gotta be prepared for them fellers-baldy barbee and the anvil outfit.

  • Blood(Definition of blood)
  • Every drop of his blood is worth ten thousand piastres.

  • Baldly(Definition of baldly)
  • Some readers of these pages will no doubt find fault with me for stating it so baldly, and will maintain that no front-rank theologian or preacher would enunciate it in these terms to-day.

  • Boldly(Definition of boldly)
  • Bladder(Definition of bladder)
  • One was trouble with his bladder which he told antommarchi, another physician, bothered him as long as he could remember.

  • Blot(Definition of blot)
  • This indecision was a serious blot upon his character.

  • Boundary(Definition of boundary)
  • Blurt(Definition of blurt)
  • Bloodily(Definition of bloodily)
  • Here i happen on a damn in me which is not desultory but bloodily strong and alive and alone.

  • Blooded(Definition of blooded)
  • There was something very cold-blooded about anonyma's womanly charm.

  • Bloater(Definition of bloater)
  • Coregonus alpenae – longjaw cisco coregonus artedi sensu stricto – cisco, northern cisco or lake herring coregonus johannae – deepwater cisco coregonus hoyi – bloater coregonus kiyi – kiyi coregonus nigripinnis – blackfin cisco coregonus reighardi – shortnose cisco coregonus zenithicus – shortjaw cisco coregonus hubbsi - ives lake cisco collectively, these fishes are often referred to as the coregonus artedi complex, or as coregonus artedi sensu lato (= broad sense).

  • Bleeder(Definition of bleeder)
  • Bleeder features a relatively small ensemble cast, where the most of the actors, except corfixen and andersson, previously starred in refns debut film pusher.

  • Bloody(Definition of bloody)
  • At last came a trustworthy report to the effect that a bloody defeat had overtaken the proud army of albrecht.

  • Bollard(Definition of bollard)
  • Bloods
  • His aim, i knew, was to be the leader of a set who gambled and yelled and played games which he thought were fit for bloods to play.

  • Blow-Dry
  • Lottery(Definition of lottery)
  • Bolder
  • Bled
  • So i have bled, sweet lord jesus, and so shall bleed again!

  • Bloodier
  • Here the executioner, lurking, waits, with brutal thirst, his hour, tool of bloodier men and bolder, drunken with the dregs of power.

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • Blade(Definition of blade)
  • It has a silver blade, if you please; i gave you a halfpenny for it, do you remember?"

  • Bleed(Definition of bleed)
  • When the hour of departure came, the old queen went to her bedroom, and with a sharp little knife cut her finger and made it bleed.

  • Blare(Definition of blare)
  • Along the street there comes a blare of bugles, a ruffle of drums; and loyal hearts are beating high: hats off!

  • Bleary(Definition of bleary)
  • Since just as deft his story wove the yellow devil in the rand, as dame empire, o, so high suave, took bleary mammon by the hand-

  • Bloat(Definition of bloat)
  • Gas bloat syndrome is usually self-limiting within 2 to 4 weeks, but in some it may persist.

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