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Correct spellings for BACSUE
- abacus Very few of these capitals fit the abacus on which they rest; most of them are exquisitely carved with foliage free from all imagery.
- accuse I have given my word to Mr. O'Brien that I will do my best to bring you together, and if you refuse I shall accuse myself of failure.
- baccy I'll throw the whole of my treemendous income into the general purse, always exceptin' a few odd coppers, which I'll retain to keep me a-goin' in baccy.
- backup Unfortunately, that backup is a few months old.
- barque One fishing barque alone was on the water.
- base Was it possible that one so base as her father declared him to be could look as this youth had looked, speak as he had spoken?
- bask The glens lie veiled in cloud, but the peaks bask in sunshine.
- basque Ma Briskow resembled nothing so much as one of those hideous "crayon enlargements" he had seen in farmhouses-atrocities of an art long dead-for she was clad in an old-fashioned basque and skirt of some stiff, near-silk material, and her waist, which buttoned far down the front and terminated in deep points, served merely to roof over but not to conceal a peculiarity of figure which her farm dress had mercifully hidden.
- bisque If I did a two now and took a bisque, you'd have to do it in nothing in order to win.
- case "I am very glad of what you have done if that was the case," the father replied.
- cause The cause of women, d'you say?
- Backs There was no reason why Lilly should not obey, as it was so dark she couldn't read the numbers on the backs of the books.
- Because Because, do you know?..."
- bags Then, with laughing anxiety, "But for goodness' sake don't lose our lunch out of your saddle bags.
- Basques The Basques began it: but though the most economical and enterprising of the inhabitants of France, they could not continue it; and it is said, they never employed more than thirty ships a year.