Correct spelling for BUB

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Possible correct spellings for bub

  • bb The quill nibs they sell to fit into ordinary pen-holders are no true quills at all, lacking dignity, and may even lead you into the New Humour if you trust overmuch to their use. After a proper quill commend me to a stumpy BB pencil; you get less polish and broader effects, but you are still doing good literature.
  • bib Never were hands more exquisite than hers, and it was a joy to look at them when she threaded her needle or adjusted her gold thimble to her taper middle finger as she sewed away on the little night-drawers or fashioned a bodice or a bib.
  • bob Ordinarily, the second man, Patuak, could bob up again and go on, like stalwart Papik.
  • bubo Peroxide of Hydrogen: wash and dress bubo with lint soaked in it.
  • bud One sees many roses-little bud roses, and big, buxom, full-blown roses, and wild, free-blowing roses.
  • bug Ed dropped the flashlight, gave two mighty pumps of the bug gun, and jumped clear of the entrance.
  • bulb "No, no, this ain't so odd, either," said O'Toole, "for whether Hen Smitz grabbed the bulb before Wiggins changed the new one for the old one, or after he changed it, don't make so much difference, when you come to think of it."
  • bum B-u-m was a rolling bum, and b-l-e was pronounced bell with a strong, full, ringing, liquid sound.
  • bun Mr. Bunker slowly pulled on the string, the end of which, as Mun Bun had said, was tied to a post on the pier.
  • bur The ngob-burn boye, koom-bur bomb-gur, or exceedingly big-stone, extremely hard hit, was evidently regarded by them as a masterpiece of eloquence; and the contrast between this and the neyp bomb-gur, very gently struck, of Mr. Taalwurt, undoubtedly evinced its superiority in their estimation; but as Taalwurt was a stout able fellow, and one by no means given to deal gentle blows when in a passion, I did not place implicit faith in this poetical narration.
  • bus The Civil Rights Movement On December 1, 1955, an obscure black woman, Mrs. Rosa Parks, was riding home on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • but But what is it?
  • buy I will wait until I hear from you before I buy, and then I can judge what I must pay.
  • cub "This is th' little fox cub," he said, rubbing the little reddish animal's head.
  • dub
  • hub
  • nub
  • pub
  • rub
  • sub
  • tub
  • Bub I kin remember, when I wasn't no older'n that bub there, there was more snow in one winter 'n we have in five, now; an' Lake Huron was always friz up.
  • BBB BBB. Husk opens in two divisions; spiny.
  • BU The old man called himself Go-me-bee-re, and said the child's name was Jim-bah; they were of the tribe of Bu-ru-be-rong-al.
  • disconsolations

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