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Correct spellings for BACHULERS

  • achilles If I remember, Hector turned at last and ran from Achilles !
  • bachelor "Take warning, young man, and beware of being a bachelor .
  • backless The first time their class assembled the white children well-nigh dislocated their necks, in their endeavours to catch glimpses of the coloured scholars, who were seated on a backless bench, in an obscure corner of the room.
  • bleachers The covered reserved seats were filled, and, shielding themselves from the sun with umbrellas, an eager crowd packed the bleachers .
  • Beaches We saw the sea creep inland over the beaches as the shores went down-one foot, three feet, ten feet, twenty, fifty, a hundred.
  • battlers
  • brawlers
  • bowlers
  • boilers
  • bachelors These verses were written by one of the new Bachelors , and the exuberant spirits and enlarged freedom arising from the termination of the Undergraduate restrictions often gave to these effusions a character of buffoonery and satire.
  • butchers
  • bushels
  • botchers
  • babblers Johnsingh, AJT & K Paramanandham (1982) Group care of white-headed babblers Turdoides affinis for a pied-crested cuckoo Clamator jacobinus chick.
  • balers
  • bales
  • butlers
  • Baileys The most important feature, and in every case the first to be built, having been the lofty central keep or donjon, the home of its owner in peace, and the last refuge of a besieged garrison in time of war. In it was a fine hall, in which the host received his guests, with a raised platform known as the dais for the use of those of high rank, and the approach to it was protected by a complex series of defences, including deep ditches or fosses, walls with towers and turrets at intervals, forming two distinct enclosures known as the outer and inner baileys, often covering a vast extent of ground, the whole encircled by a deep moat that could be filled with water when necessary.
  • bucklers
  • buglers
  • baubles
  • batches
  • boules
  • calcualtion
  • archaisms Lastly, the moderate use of archaisms has always been deemed admissible in a narrative poem of some length, and rather perhaps an ornament than a defect, where the action of the poem is laid in remote antiquity.
  • disrated
  • dissolvings
  • dissonancies
  • disthrones
  • distinguishings
  • unsturdy
  • divaricates
  • divaricatings

625 words made from the letters BACHULERS