What is the correct spelling for BEAEN?
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Correct spellings for BEAEN
- ban Landolin avoided being in the same field, or at the same work anywhere, with Thoma; for he felt as though he were under a ban whenever she looked at him: and even when he was not looking at her, he thought he could feel her eyes following every motion he made.
- bane Live under the bane of his anger she could not.
- barn He usually wants a general-purpose barn .
- bean The French Bean hung its head and was silent.
- beanie Since early 2000, Beanie Buddies can be large, extra large or jumbo. ...(?) to get a gurl a beaty It's Andre Nickatina I'm like a genie in a beanie Amarato 88 Cadillac, all black – Awake Like an Owl by Andre Nickatina
- beaten Maybe I can do something; soon as that granny gossip is outa sight, I'll go and round up that cow and calf-if somebody hasn't beaten me to it.
- bee A few king-crows and bee -eaters join them.
- ben Ben had charge of the other, with the remainder.
- bern But in the fifteenth century the League won by force of arms a small bit of Italian territory about Lake Lugano, and in the sixteenth the powerful city of Bern annexed the Burgundian bishopric of Lausanne and rescued the free city of Geneva from the clutches of the Duke of Savoy.
- bone An' now in my old age, when I've worked myself ter the bone , yer leaves me to starve and burn to death.
- Been "It's all been done for you.
- Began Then it began to fall.
- Eben Eben had worked steadily since sunrise.
- Beans In months the old man would be living on beans.
- BANI Asshur-bani-pal upon this hastily sent Neco from Nineveh at the head of an Assyrian army to exert his influence on the Assyrian side-which he was content to do, since the Ninevite monarch had made him chief of the petty kings, and conferred the principality of Athribis on his son, Psamatik.
- Baden No; I believe I heard it,-but I am not familiar with English names, and it has escaped me; but I will present you by and by to Count Greorge Szechenyi, who was at Baden when the Hunyadi met them,-he'll tell you more of them.