Correct spelling for BUI
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Possible correct spellings for bui
- bi One of these days, perhaps on the bi-centenary of that event, the army of women who wield the pen will erect a statue to the memory of that courageous and brilliant pathfinder.
- bud I'm a girl, and I'm younger than Bud.
- bug He looked at me as one might look at a bug which had wandered on to the table and was trying to climb over a fork.
- bum I've got a bum wrist, but it doesn't show."
- bun On these tables, right down each side, were placed packets containing each four healthy sandwiches, a large piece of cake, an apple and an orange, a big bun and cheese.
- bur Just at dusk in the winter nights, I often hear his soft bur-r-r-r, very pleasing and bell-like.
- bus Whereas he arrived by tube or bus, never offered hospitality of any sort, and was like a cat with women.
- but But when will Gustave come back?
- buy Gordon, you will have to buy two or three head of that stock at double value for me.
- gui That very evening he recited his magic incantations, and his soul left its body to go in search of Yang Gui Fe.
- Bub You see we're on our way to Shopton, an' my nephew, Bub, he went along.
- DUI There's always dui rikk to a dukkerben.
- Hui That reflection led naturally to ruminations on the master's disciple, Hui-ko, who sat zazen for days in the snows outside Shao-lin monastery, then finally severed his own arm and offered it to the master as testament of his devotion.
- SUI By rights, he should have killed Friday immediately, and steered straight for his rendezvous with Ku Sui, keeping his eye on Carse all the time.
- BU At another time- A French sort of droll came to my lodging, saying he was sent to me by Mr. Bu-Pis, of Long Acre.
Misspelling of the day
- be in a quandary
- bought into
- gives it ones all