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Possible correct spellings for bolld

  • bald "Herr Knupf said take him back," the bald one added.
  • baldy The herd of steers was traveling at a rapid clip, but under the startling influence of combined quirt and spur, and with no room in which to display his bucking propensities, Baldy just put himself to running, and only hit the high spots here and there.
  • ball Ah, it is dark here; Mademoiselle has been taking a little rest, so as to be fresh for the ball; but it is nine o'clock.
  • ballad How many young wives, especially linked to the husbands of their choice, and by this very means disenchanted, as they themselves would call it, were doomed to look no more upon life as the antechamber of the infinite, but as the counting-house of the king of the nursery-ballad, where you may, if you can, eat bread and honey, but where you must count your money!
  • balled Avram's hands were clawed with cold and caked with mud and still echoing the feeling of frozen skin and frozen dirt, and balled up into fists, they felt like stones.
  • bell He paused on the second floor, pulled the bell as a matter of politeness-for it might happen that the maidservant was at home after all-and then, when no one came, put the key in the door and turned it.
  • bellied 532. Of the Yellow-bellied Wren-Warbler's nidification I know personally nothing.
  • bill 65, 66 Comprehension Bill, vii.
  • billed It was billed, and the barrels were addressed, to a firm in Calford whose reputation for integrity was quite unimpeachable.
  • blade She but dipped a blade twice to check the boat from swinging broadside-on to the tide, and so rested silent for minute after minute, gazing through the gloom towards the bright sea-lights.
  • bleed The mound is opened, Helgi is come, his wounds still bleed; the prince prayed thee that thou wouldst still the trickling blood.
  • bloat We open in this book upon times-belonging to the earlier quarter of the eighteenth century-when, upon the Continent of Europe, Peter the Great was stamping out sites for cities in the bogs by the Finland gulf-when that mad-cap Swedish King Charles XII. was cutting his bloody swathe through Poland-when Louis XIV., tired at last of wars, and more tired of Marlborough, was nearing the end of his magnificent career, and when King Mammon was making ready his huge bloat of the Mississippi Bubble for France and of the South Sea Company for England.
  • blond The half-dozen years had hardly altered the blond, handsome face of Wilbur, and now, with the gladness of his singing still flushing his face, he seemed hardly more than a boy-younger, in fact, than Red Pierre, into whose eyes there came now and then a grave sternness.
  • blood The young Frenchwoman opened the window, and the blood rushed to her head.
  • bloody "Pass bloody end to the Pope, and good night," said the sentry, resuming his rounds, while a loud and uproarious peal of laughter behind, told the unlucky priests they were overheard by others, and that the story would be over the whole town in the morning.
  • blot But while time lasts and the record of heroic deeds survives, neither fallen column nor ruined arch nor all the destruction and neglect of modern barbarism can blot out the story of the life and worth of Bath Zabbai, the brave girl of the Syrian desert, whom all the world honors as the noblest woman of antiquity-Zenobia of Palmyra, the dauntless "Queen of the East."
  • blt It can be used in the same manner as bacon (such as in a BLT sandwich), but the low fat content of turkey bacon means it does not shrink while being cooked and has a tendency to stick to the pan, thus making deep-frying a faster and more practical option.
  • bod
  • boil
  • boiled
  • bola
  • bold
  • boldly
  • bole
  • boll
  • bollard
  • bolt
  • bolted
  • boulder
  • bowl
  • build
  • bull
  • bullied
  • lld
  • old
  • Baled Captain, the mule, was seen after first; he was put into a tiny corral, or yard, close by, and given plenty of baled or compressed hay, which is always carried by people in waggons travelling long distances, when fodder is hard to procure.
  • Belled But at this particular moment the Belled Buzzard was heading directly away from that quarter.
  • Bled "He must have bled to death in a short time, and this was true mercy.
  • Blued
  • Bowled
  • Bulled
  • Ballard Dr. Ballard said so only to-day.
  • Boyd
  • BLVD
  • bolls
  • bolder

11 words made from the letters bolld

4 letter words made from bolld:

doll, bold, blod, boll.

3 letter words made from bolld:

dol, ldl, bod, lld, lob, llb, old.

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