Correct spelling for OBBIOUS
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Possible correct spellings for obbious
- dubious Yet, this creature, in another room, or on the stairs, the door being "on the jar," can repeat with her limited appreciation, those dubious and imperfect utterances of Mr. Pickwick!
- gibbous They had started before dawn; a gibbous moon shed enough light on the tote road to serve Latisan.
- ibis And when I say that Ibis was nobody, I am repeating Ovid's own words.
- obvious It was obvious that he was mad for the time being.
- odious But no, the door of this odious place is locked, and the key is thrown away.
- Hobbies During this interesting visit to Upper Canada, he seized the opportunity of giving his views on a subject which may be considered one of his hobbies, one to which he devoted much attention while in Jamaica, and this was the formation of agricultural associations for the purpose of stimulating scientific methods of husbandry.
- Lobbies Crowding floor and stage and lobbies, swarm the maskers.
- Abbas In an instant he was clambering up the rocks, with Abbas protesting at his heels.
- abbots It is true that, shortly after the battle of Hastings, Saxon prelates and abbots were violently deposed, and that ecclesiastical adventurers from the Continent were intruded by hundreds into lucrative benefices.
- obeys You will to raise your hand, and it obeys.
- adjuvants This bold scheme was projected by Miss Emma, and she had armed herself with a whole paper of sugar plums, to be used as adjuvants to moral influence, in case the discouragements of the undertaking should prove too much for Ally's patience.
34 words made from the letters obbious
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