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Correct spellings for BECASEU

  • base "You say: The world is evil, and men are base ; why should I die for them?
  • beaked Barney Chard followed, eyes reflectively on the back of McAllen's sunburned neck and the wisps of unclipped white hair sticking out beneath his beaked fishing cap.
  • beaker I up with a beaker of water and threw it in his face to cool him off-and he came round.
  • becket He was warned that the logging-cable was weak at that old splice and liable to pull out of the becket -and sure enough it did.
  • become But I wonder what can have become of the others of our party?
  • bemuse
  • blase
  • boccie
  • case Somebody's mom caught a job and a welfare fraud case When she breathe she swear it feels like plastic wrap around her face – Underdog by Coup, The
  • o'casey
  • Backs Up off our backs Back on the Great White Way! Leo and Max Back on our tracks – Prisoners Of Love (Leo & Max) by Unknown Author
  • Bases And Following Girls On The Assumptions Of What The Worst Case Is They Get To First Bases Then They Get To Retreating Cuz If She Cheatin He Wanna Know What The First Trace Is – Thrill Is Gone by drake
  • Beaches We'll walk sunny beaches and taste Georgia peaches – Let's Wait a Little Longer by Loretta Lynn
  • Became And, so, confusedly, became Thine image, and- a name- a name! – Tamerlane by Edgar Allan Poe
  • Because Because he answer'd, and because He spake exceeding well of laws. – Siege and Conquest of Alhama, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • Becker
  • Biases
  • Casey
  • Beaks You can make a Malay boy carry them tied by the beaks to a stick.
  • begs Begs permission to take a half-dozen of wine; men very thirsty.
  • bakes "Our baker really bakes very decent bread," said she; "'tis almost as good as my own;" and she went on eating till she saw her two children coming through the fields together.
  • beakers Larger drinking-cups of silver were called beakers , or tankards, beer-bowls, or wine-bowls.
  • becomes Never mind-never mind what becomes of me, my dear sir: I'll find means-I have the use of head and hands.
  • bucks It's about a squaw an' three bucks , an' thar's enough blood in it to paint a waggon.
  • BERKS Now were both knights come unto the skirmish and they hewed in pieces each other's shields and helms and haw-berks, and drew the blood from each other's bodies with their trenchant swords; and had they smitten as great strokes as at first, soon had they slain each other, for they had so little of their shields that scarce might they cover their fists therewith.
  • BETAS
  • Becks With what "becks, and smiles, and wreathed nods," he passes by his brethren on the prosecuting side, and takes his seat of honour.
  • abidingnesses
  • abjections
  • almsgivings
  • amnemonic
  • antipastos
  • antithesized
  • antithesizes
  • descriptioning
  • unwasteful
  • dog-paddles

65 words made from the letters BECASEU

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