Correct spelling for BOTHJ
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Possible correct spellings for bothj
- barth A young Englishman, Cecil Barth, visiting Quebec on his way to a ranch, a New York physician and his daughter Nancy, a Canadian of English descent, and a young French-Canadian studying law are the chief characters of this charming summer novel, abounding in bright and interesting conversations.
- bath I use my power so that every time I give him a bath he will grow.
- bathe On the tenth day the caste-people assemble and are shaved and bathe and rub their bodies with oil under the tree.
- bather Among the negro slaves at Wadinoon was a woman, who said she came from a place called Kanno, (Cano?) a long way across the desert, and that she had seen in her own country white men, as white as "bather," meaning the wall, and in a large boat, with two high sticks in it, with cloth upon them, and that they rowed this boat in a manner different from the custom of the negroes, who use paddles; in stating this, she made the motion of rowing with oars, so as to leave no doubt that she had seen a vessel in the European fashion, manned by white people.
- berth As there was no berth for us we obtained a couple of blankets, but there being room for only one to lie down, we managed, by taking turns, to get considerable sleep.
- beth Eliza and Beth had given themselves plenty of time.
- Baths The blue line became less distinct from day to day, until, after eleven baths, it had entirely disappeared.
- Bertha And Bertha seemed to understand that, too.
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