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Correct spellings for BADGHAD
- backed The minister backed up The father, he cracked up – Love And Its Glory by minnie riperton
- badger 1. The badger-skin pouch was used for carrying ammunition.
- bandaged "I see that my soft one has bandaged you up, and she's better than the best o' sawbones at such work.
- beaded And it was that warrior's knife which leaped from its beaded sheath to do the cutting.
- bedded Shales, because of their thinly bedded character and softness, are of no value as building stones, but are used in the manufacture of brick, tile, pottery, and Portland cement.
- bighead You're sure I'm not a bighead?
- bodied After consultation the garrison and the able bodied citizens resolved to issue out in a solid column, and to cut their way through the enemy or perish.
- bodyguard A considerable body of men at arms was taken along to act as a bodyguard.
- brigade Is the brigade commander all right?
- budget Finally, I had a quarrel with the Liberal Government over Mr. Lloyd George's famous first Budget, which I thought, and still think, a thoroughly bad measure.
- Badgered But they would not let her be; so she looked on her crucifix and was silent; and even then my lord of Kent badgered her and told her Christ crucified in her hand would not save her, except He was engraved on her heart.
- Barked Far off a dog barked.
- Begat It is impossible to believe that the Spirit that pervades this infinite machine begat a son upon the body of a Jewish woman; or is angered at the consequences of that necessity, which is a synonym of itself.
- Boded My door suddenly opened and the life-preserver, the sister of charity, the lady without nerves, rushed into the room with a particularly stern and solemn countenance which boded no good.