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Correct spellings for BACKU

  • aback I was taken aback, I confess it, and at a loss for words.
  • back And it had gone back.
  • backed It backed a step or two, evidently uncertain of its next move.
  • backer With a chain of powerful newspapers, a financial backer of Peary led a campaign to destroy confidence in me.
  • backup Like a second backup.
  • bag It's in this bag.
  • bake I'm sorry, but I never bake.
  • baker He was also the chief baker of the town and "looked up to" in matters relating to morals as well as loaves.
  • baku Mrs. Wynne and Mr. Bevan are still at Baku.
  • balk "You can't be a soldier if you balk at the first disagreeable thing that comes along," reminded Marjorie, slipping her arm through that of her friend.
  • bank A narrow green bank lay between the railroad and the creek.
  • bark In the winter-pruning, cut out all cross boughs, beginning from below, so as not to tear the bark.
  • bask Room for all of the homeless ones Who had nowhere else to go; They might bask at ease in the grateful warmth And sun in the cheerful glow, For Grandfather's heart was as wide and warm As the old fireplace, I know.
  • beak In Otocompsa the crest is long and rises to a sharp point which curves forward a little over the beak.
  • beck Whether I rose to my feet by an act of private volition or at the subconscious beck of another's compelling power, there is no need to attempt to determine.
  • bk 1213 See Roman Society in the Last Century of the Western Empire, bk.
  • black It would be a black day that anything happened her!
  • bock This error I hastened to correct, and wrote to the Illustrated London News, explaining that the tribe visited by Mr. Bock and ourselves was identical, also venturing to express a doubt as to the existence of cannibalism amongst them, the reports of which Mr. Bock believed in.
  • buck Then some one shouted: "Oh, you, Buck!"
  • Backs I'm not down on your having fun, but I think we ought to do just as well as we can while uncle and aunt are away; better even, for it seems sort of-sort of dishonest to do things behind people's backs that you wouldn't do before their faces.
  • Becky Amy and Becky are keen to make your acquaintance.
  • BIC On the way Cartier put in at Bic Islands, and christened them in honour of St John.
  • BC That of Strophe 2 may be thus expressed:-a-a-bc; d-d-bc; a-c-d; b-c.
  • BBC
  • BUICK The next thing I knew Frank owned a Buick automobile.
  • amnemonic
  • amoebalike