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Possible correct spellings for buket
- backed Ercole backed away a little, and then stood still again.
- bake Bake three quarters of an hour longer.
- baked They packed hurriedly, and moved to Chicago, Milly going on ahead to engage a house where they could live and also have their cakes baked.
- baker The gold-mines of Baker County, and the gold and silver mines in Grant County in Eastern Oregon, have also recently been more fully developed, and with great success.
- basket Fetch me your basket from the boat."
- beaked Then, of course, there is always Mary's mother; and Mrs. Makebelieve, with her beaked nose, and her eyes like pools of ink, and her eagle-flights of speech would give a backbone to any story.
- becket But Henry was not sufficiently master of his clergy nor, above all, of his people for this; the solemn curse of Thomas Becket wrought on men from far away.
- beckett For it was plain that, if Goodrich and Beckett succeeded in getting Simpson nominated by the opposition, I should have a hard fight to raise the necessary campaign money.
- beet Beet sugar, 208 Countries producing, 209 History, 207 In Cuba, 210 Manufacture of, 204, 213 Muscovado, 205 Origin of, 206 Planting and cutting, 213 et seq.
- beget Very many of them, however, beget families, are excellent householders, and their children in time form the most enterprising, industrious, and wealthy portion of the resident population.
- bet For once, he'd bet, she'd be speechless.
- bike After leaving college, from New York he had gone to Kansas City, and by the "livest paper" there he had been sent abroad with a bike to do a series of "Sunday specials."
- booked Perhaps, had he known that of all decorations it was the one I most desired; had I only then and there booked my passage, or sworn allegiance to King James, who knows but that to-day I might be a chevalier, with my name in the "Book of Gold"?
- bouquet Denoisel came into the room, which was impregnated with that odour peculiar to the young when they are ill, and which reminds one of a faded bouquet and of dying flowers.
- bucked Another bucked me off going down hill; but I think I have cured him, for I put him through a desperate course of sprouts when I got on again.
- bucket He stumbled back down the narrow stairs, and, with a vivid recollection of the bucket he had already fallen upon, felt his way cautiously with his hands and with one foot stuck out in front of him.
- budget C. W. H." And so Behmen is no subject for the Budget!
- buffet There was always lots to eat for one thing; long buffet tables piled with salads and sandwiches; great bowls of fruit drinks and ices and cakes.
- bugged Wain was a smooth customer who bugged his eyes and lost some of his tan when he saw the sheaf of bills.
- bullet Those beggars know no fear; I am obliged to follow them; and I run the risk of being killed by a German bullet."
- bunt At last, the sail being well piled up, Baldy jumped with both feet into the bunt, holding on with one hand to the chain "tie," and in that manner was violently treading down the canvas, to pack it close.
- burke Burke liked to write letters.
- burt This afternoon I placed sweet apples, cabbage-leaves, and turnips around the edge of a little thicket near the trees; and, Burt, you know there is a clump of evergreens near, from whose cover I think we can obtain some good shots.
- bust With these words he began to work on the bust, in a quiet dogged way that was, nevertheless, sufficiently expressive.
- but "Oh, but she's sure-" began Lotty.
- quiet Now where shall I be most quiet and undisturbed?"
- Barked I was in a dreadful fright for fear we should be found out, I can tell you, for there was a wretched small woolly toy-dog, an old enemy of mine, and the little horror barked with all his might, and tried to give the alarm.
- Bret And Frank Bret looked such a swell, and he got an encore for the song, "Oh, Certainly I Love Clairette."
- Budged He had welcomed them hospitably, as a British yeoman should; but not budged a foot in his demands: not to the baronet: not to the Captain: not to good young Mr. Wentworth.
- Bulked He set his face in long gaze to the southern hills, bulked dimly behind the mists.
- Bunked Bunked back in his 'ole like somebody had 'give him the hook,' and cleared the blessed stage before the eggs began to fly.
- Busked Hauskuld busked him to ride home a few nights after, but Flosi gave him a scarlet cloak, and it was embroidered with needlework down to the waist.
- Butte Below, a succession of little cliffs fell away, stair fashion, to an exceeding high and narrow gap which separated Little Thumb Butte from its greater neighbor, Big Thumb Butte.
- buckets The moon streamed through the windows, and fell upon the floor, making the shop so light that he had no difficulty in finding Mr. Chrome's paint buckets and brushes.
- biker A League of Their Own (1992) – based on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League during World War II Beyond the Law (1992) – based on the real life story of an undercover DEA Agent infiltrating a notorious biker gang involved with drug and gun running; starring Charlie Sheen Chaplin (1992) – based on the life of British comedian-actor Charlie Chaplin, starring Robert Downey, Jr.
- bluet The Irish damselfly or crescent bluet (Coenagrion lunulatum) is a damselfly found in northern Europe and Asia to north-eastern China;.
- arch-duke When in Vienna, after the sanction was granted, steps were taken to retract it; I went to the Arch-Duke Stephen, the Palatine of Hungary, the first constitutional authority of Hungary,-the elective viceroy, and told him he ought to return to Hungary if he wished to preserve his influence.
11 words made from the letters buket
4 letter words made from buket:
tuke, ketu, buke, tube.
5 letter words made from buket:
Misspelling of the day
- be in a quandary
- bought into
- gives it ones all