What is the correct spelling for ABIBE?

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Correct spellings for ABIBE

  • abase She leaned towards him as though she yearned to abase herself.
  • abate The gale began to abate soon after midnight, and before dawn had blown itself out.
  • abbe It is only an abbe .
  • abbey Within Melrose Abbey , near to the High Altar, the Bruce's heart rests well-its fitful flutterings o'er.
  • abide Because you scorn the sea-life so dear to me, I try to keep hatred; but it may not abide when you stand before me and I look in your eyes-oh!
  • able "I was afraid you would not be able to find your way, Miss Thurwell," he said quietly.
  • abode In the centre stood Parta's abode , distinguished from the rest only by its superior size.
  • above It is well; be happy, that is my dearest wish; and, above all things, go to my sister's; that will be much better, believe me, than to come to court her here.
  • abuse The only thing I don't like about Boggley is that he never will help me to abuse people.
  • adobe Nothing but the sheer, sloping adobe wall, probably of great thickness, and burned to the density of soft stone.
  • alibi Meantime Longstreet, chuckling as he went, rode by the post office to establish a sort of moral alibi and thence proceeded to the court-house.
  • babe But beside you I am as a babe .
  • bib It was part of what I already liked Mrs. Grose herself for, the pleasure I could see her feel in my admiration and wonder as I sat at supper with four tall candles and with my pupil, in a high chair and a bib , brightly facing me, between them, over bread and milk.
  • imbibe Then take them out, and scrape all the outside into a pulpe, like the pulpe of roasted apples, which put in a dish upon a chafing dish of Coals, with a little of the Milk, you boiled them in, put to them; not so much as to drown them, but only to imbibe them: and then with stewing, the pulpe will imbibe all that Milk.
  • Abe As they quarreled so much of the time, Judge Fitzhugh proposed to name them Abe and Jeff, after the two Presidents.
  • Abby For pity's sake, Abby !"
  • ABBR

7 words made from the letters ABIBE