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Correct spellings for BEATN

  • ban It had been given to him-a great task-to be the means of creating a test for them, his neighbors under a ban of suspicion; and now he could swear they were as true as the gold of the waving wheat.
  • barn The objection is frequently raised that a round barn is difficult to light.
  • bat A bat came flying about their heads, and Wrayson at last rose.
  • bataan But off toward Bataan Peninsula the light reflected from the patched sail of a banca, an outrigger canoe, sailing toward shore with a bone in its teeth.
  • bate Thus Emma became by the one practice simple Emm, by the other Emmott; and any number of boys in a small community might be entered in a register as Bartholomew, and yet preserve their individuality in work-a-day life by bearing such names as Bat, Bate, Batty, Bartle, Bartelot, Batcock, Batkin, and Tolly, or Tholy.
  • baton N. It is because they do everything with the baton-the Italians all hate to be given over to them.
  • batten "We shall not require much for ourselves," said I, "and the rest we'll batten down and keep snug.
  • bead His bead-like eyes were bright and venomous.
  • beading A warped bit of beading often met my eyes, and suggested new developments,-a striking proof of my system, or a felicitous word by which to render my all but inexpressible thought.
  • bean Fry in olive-oil with a chopped onion and a bean of garlic and serve on toast.
  • beat Beat eight eggs, and stir them gradually into the mixture.
  • beaten Stir in the yolks of two beaten eggs, and the juice of half a lemon.
  • beater Beater, and the other with 30-in.
  • beating They were beating it at last!
  • beatnik As usual, under stress, he'd dropped his beatnik patter.
  • beats Cornelia will echo in my heart as long as my heart beats.
  • beaut Hollis voted him a "beaut" after he had ridden him a mile or two and found that he had an easy, steady stride.
  • beauty "A kiss, my little beauty," he said as he put his face close to hers.
  • beet And in our own country, when it is necessary to encourage the farmer in the beet-sugar, or any related industry, the Government gives a bounty, and people pay it, and the money is kept at home instead of going abroad for the product.
  • ben Ben and Tom followed him.
  • bent She bent her head once more to the papers she held.
  • benton Trembling young ladies of Union sympathies presented colors to regiments on the Arsenal Green, or at Jefferson Barracks, or at Camp Benton to the northwest near the Fair Grounds.
  • bern Bern and Stuttgart, 1969. Korn, O., De codicibus duobus carminum Ouidianorum ex Ponto datorum Monacensibus.
  • bet I'll bet the captain don't stand much more of that."
  • beta "You mean-" "The Beta.
  • betting Had the player been drawing to two pairs, or to fill a flush or a straight; had he got a full hand; or was he left with his two pairs; or, again, had he failed to fill, and was he betting on a perfectly worthless lot?
  • boat If I have time, I may walk down to the boat-house.
  • boating On the whole, therefore, it was a pretty rough boating excursion, but it was not a long one.
  • botany Reports were made on the zoology and botany of the State, but the most interesting and detailed reports treated of the geological resources.
  • butane He told her it was, and she said, "Calvin, didn't you tell Clarence that the factory man said they hadn't been able to make a log that would burn butane successfully?"
  • dean May we give them, Mrs. Dean?
  • eaten Give me anything else, for I have not eaten to-day.
  • Barton Judge Barton held his breath.
  • Bating I tell yer that that same is not to the fore; bating the throuble of makin', it's little soap that the misthress can get to wash the clothes for us and the childher, widout yer wastin' it in makin' yer purty skin as white as a leddy's.
  • Been And so it had been in this case.
  • Began "Yes, Sir; but-" I began.
  • Bert "I'm Bert Thomas," the ensign said.
  • Eaton And at four o'clock he found himself on the doorstep of a house in Eaton Square.
  • BATU The worthy padre of Batu introduced a couple of pretty girls to me as his two poor sisters, whom, in spite of his poverty, he supported; but the servants about the place openly spoke of these young ladies' babies as being the children of the priest.
  • Baden
  • dissings

35 words made from the letters BEATN