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  • bake They bake their vegetable food with heated stones, as at the southern islands; and from the vast quantity, which we saw dressed at one time, we suspected that the whole village, or, at least, a considerable number of people joined in the use of a common oven.
  • bartok For other uses, see Bartok (disambiguation).
  • batik The popularity of batik in Indonesia has varied.
  • betoken At first Wilbur could not understand why she had not sprung into the woods with her prey at the first distant twig-snapping which would betoken his approach.
  • bike Aarhus has a free bike sharing system, Aarhus Bycykler (Aarhus City Bikes).
  • bioko Formerly considered as conspecific with both Bioko Allens bushbaby Sciurocheirus cameronensis and the Gabon bushbaby Sciurocheirus gabonensis but now regarded as a monotypic species.
  • blake Blake thought it simply a piece of forgetfulness.
  • bloke A determined-looking sort of young bloke, was the taxi-driver's verdict.
  • bode BODE, JOHANN ELERT, an astronomer, born at Hamburg; was professor of Astronomy and director of Observatory at Berlin; produced a number of astronomical works, one of his best, "An Introduction to the Knowledge of the Starry Heavens;" gave name to the law of the planetary distances, called Bode's Law, although it was observed by Kepler long before his day (1747-1826).
  • book "And where is this book?
  • booked Just stonewall them - tell them they'll have to find other Imagineering support if they want to go through with it, that you're booked solid."
  • booker I can never forget my examination by Miss Maggie J. Murray, now Mrs. Booker T. Washington.
  • bookie For other uses of "bookie", see bookie (disambiguation).
  • brake "It is our brake connection," he announced, after a brief inspection.
  • broke Then my grandfather's voice broke out cheerily.
  • broker "It is Jewel's mother," returned the broker quietly, "my daughter Julia.
  • brooke Before this he was household chaplain to Sir William Brooke, Lord Cobham, who gave him, in 1588-89, the rectory of Radwinter, in Essex, which he held till his death, in 1593. In 1586 he was installed canon of Windsor.
  • burke Burke, we have to remember, did not stand alone before the world.
  • stake "They were burned at the stake for me.
  • stoke From our constant winter walk-"the Rope Walk"-my mother and I could see Hodnet Tower, of which Grandpapa had at one time been Rector as well as of Stoke.
  • stoker This was a clear showing of the white feather in the opinion of Stoker, who replied with a thundering, "No!"
  • take To Barbara's inquiry whom he would take with him, he hurriedly replied that he should not decide until he joined his military comrades in the Black Bear.
  • toke But when he heard that two active rovers, Toke and Anund, were threatening the surrounding districts, he attacked and routed them in a sea-fight.
  • tyke It would really have been a matter of total indifference to him-that is to say, he would have taken the more convenient side, and given his vote for the appointment of Tyke without any hesitation-if he had not cared personally for Mr. Farebrother.
  • Betook When our last lesson was over, my uncle went out, and I betook myself to the barn, where I amused myself in the straw.
  • Betake He was compelled to lay it aside, and betake himself to a stroll and a pipe.

17 words made from the letters btoke

4 letter words made from btoke:

beot, boek, boet, kbto, kotb, beko, teko, kebo, kbot, toke, kote.

3 letter words made from btoke:

bot, toe, keb, kob, tko, bet.

Misspelling of the day


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