How to spell BOUCY correctly?

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  • baccy He sat in a hooded chair of state, with a long pipe casting garlands of the true Nicotine forget-me-not, like a floral crown for his emerit head; but his legs were in front of him as they ought to be, and the day being still in its youth, no car of Bacchus had begun to jingle through the calm realms of baccy.
  • bobby The look hurt, too, Bobby remembered.
  • bock [26] See Bock, "Gebrauch der Horner im Mittelalter," in Gustav Heider's Mittelalterliche Kunstdenkmaler Osterreichs (Stuttgart, 1858-1860).
  • body This idea of a body supported in a permanent residence by a permanent fund is perhaps of monastic origin, and was accompanied by certain features of brotherhood rule.
  • bogey With a rollicking gallop and a bogey ahead, that did not trouble me.
  • boggy After blundering through marshy and boggy hillocks for miles, I found myself at last in the locality indicated to me.
  • boise Russell, Osborne 1921. Journal of a Trapper, or Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains, 1834-1843. Boise, Idaho.
  • bonce I have a sizable bonce.
  • bonny She wore a pretty dress and her hair was shiny and bouncy.
  • bony
  • booby I was walking down the street and I saw a booby sleeping on the sofa.
  • booty I have a booty that is sure to please!
  • booze I won't be able to continue drinking if I have to work tomorrow.
  • boozy He was quite loopy and boozy.
  • bosch We're Bosch-ing out tonight.
  • bose
  • boss
  • bossy
  • botch My car was a complete botch and I needed to get it fixed right away.
  • bough I need to find a branch to climb up on to get the blueberries.
  • bounce She bounced her ball across the room.
  • bouncy
  • bout I'm about to throw this punk out.
  • boxy
  • boy Where is my little boy?
  • bozo
  • bruce
  • buck
  • buoy A buoy is a floating objects used in navigation to stay directly in one location.
  • bury I am going to bury the hatchet.
  • bus
  • buss
  • busy
  • buy Can I buy your lunch?
  • buzz
  • lousy
  • lucy
  • mousy
  • saucy My aunt is saucy, but I always catch her in the act.
  • Boas Boas, F., 343, 347 n. , 358 sq., 364 sqq., 367 n.
  • bows My mother always ties my hair in bows before I go out.
  • buys
  • buoys The buoys mark the start of the reef.
  • boys
  • boors I can't stand these boors.
  • BOARS One gentleman told me, they sometimes hunted wild boars on the mountains near France.
  • BOOS Although most people enjoyed the show, some people booed when the comedy ended.
  • BURS
  • Boers But these Boers were a good deal more than mere fighting animals; they were perhaps the most religious people on earth.
  • boughs
  • bouts Dancing is a great way to Tone your Body and Bouts for exercise.

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