Correct spelling for BTOWN
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Possible correct spellings for btown
- bataan , apologized to former American prisoners of war who suffered in the Bataan Death March.
- baton To them were joined three of Farragut's gunboats; and the five vessels took an active part in supporting the garrison of Baton Rouge when an attack was made upon the place by the Confederates on the 5th of August.
- batten And slept hard till 8 o'clock this morning, and so up and to the office, where I found Sir J. Minnes and Sir W. Batten come unexpectedly home last night from Portsmouth, having done the Pay there before we could have, thought it.
- biotin Other names in common use include biotinyl-CoA synthetase, biotin CoA synthetase, and biotinyl coenzyme A synthetase.
- bitten But I was cool, and happy that I had been bitten by a crocodile!
- blown I was in hopes it might have blown over.
- bonn Lost is this original and, in the light of later matters, sufficiently quaint declaration, and lost the paternal protest answered by my brother from Bonn and anything but infelicitous, on its side, so far as the truer apprehension went, under the showing of the time to come.
- boon Hence it was a boon indeed to me that I had my Ann for a friend, and could pour out to her all that filled my young soul with fears.
- born On what day and in what year were you born?
- botany The Author embarked in the fleet which sailed to found the establishment at Botany Bay.
- brawn Alec squared his shoulders and drew himself up as if already the example of brawn he longed to be.
- brown "I am fool enough to wish I had," growled Dr Brown.
- browne Mr. Browne mingled the eccentric even in his business letters.
- Barton He never passed the Barton.
- Bowen "I have come to give myself up," said Bowen, before the official could greet him.
- Baden Most of the Germans in Paris followed Karl's advice, but a few followed Herwegh and marched into Baden later on, to be scattered by the regular troops as chaff is scattered by the wind.
18 words made from the letters btown
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