What is the correct spelling for BECASUEE?

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Correct spellings for BECASUEE

  • basque He poured out a stream of Basque greetings.
  • beagle But upon finally reaching the highway, he increased his speed until he sighted the dust of the car; this he hung to like a beagle , but never once allowed the car itself to come into view.
  • beaked Presently he was asleep also and dreaming of a fantastic struggle in which Myra Bland-transformed into a vulture-like creature with a fierce beaked face and enormous strength-tore him relentlessly from the arms of his wife.
  • beaker He critically picked up a beaker or two, sniffed their contents, and squinted at a rack of test tubes.
  • becket When first completed, it had only one building upon it, a handsome stone chapel, dedicated to St. Thomas Becket , which stood on the middle pier.
  • become The look in your eyes told me what I had become .
  • bemuse
  • besiege
  • blase
  • boccie
  • case I'm down for another joker case I was dealt this hand, and I'ma play it with my poker face – What Your Life Like, Pt. 2 by Beanie Sigel
  • cassie I'm Nasty Baby If You Ask Me I'mma Let You Call Miss. Cassie – Stamina by cassie
  • cause Still to be foremost in the foremost cause, And still be worthy of the love that was. – Let Love Go, If Go She Will by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • o'casey
  • Backs Were at once set to work on their legs, arms, and backs, And rubbed out their complaints in a couple of cracks.-- – Black Mousquetaire, The : A Legend of France by Richard Harris Barham
  • Bases And you can put it on my casket and my fan bases This 40, these nuts, and our painted faces – Frankenstein by twiztid
  • Basses
  • Beaches And after dinner, champagne, walks along the beaches With the moonlight shines on ya features – Paradise by Nelly
  • Beaus
  • Became Advanced on my blazing wings on high, In death became Inthroan'd a starre, and ornament unto Her glorious, glorious name. – Sir Thomas Wortley's Sonnet Answered by Richard Lovelace
  • Because The Hill Seat of Laighen, because Some god or king had made the laws – Baile And Aillinn by William Butler Yeats
  • Becker
  • Biases
  • Causer Sir, said Balin, me forthinketh of your displeasure, for this same lady was the untruest lady living, and by enchantment and sorcery she hath been the destroyer of many good knights, and she was causer that my mother was burnt, through her falsehood and treachery.
  • Casey I'm Abraham De Lacy Guiseppe Casey – Thomas O'Malley Cat (The Aristocats) by Unknown Author
  • Bessie Bessie, my dreams of you are messy – Melissa by Jackson Browne
  • Beaks Peck the wood so much they're left with broke beaks? / I chuck the bird so far they're left dangling from phone lines like old sneaks / – All Word No Play by Sage Francis
  • beagles The squire is proud to see his coursers strain, Or well-breath'd beagles sweep along the plain.
  • begs Hoo he had keept his stoiterin' legs Sae lang's he did's a fact that begs – To Charles Baxter by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • barges Peter stood holding the letter in his hand, looking out on to the black square of sky; the lights of the barges swung down the river and he could hear, very faintly, the straining of ropes and the turning of some mysterious wheel.
  • badges
  • beakers A black oak table was on one side of the room against the wall, upon which were to be seen a number of earthen beakers and a great silver jug or tankard.
  • becomes He does so and becomes a monkey.
  • bucks It was not for fun that he had learned while he was with the wolves to imitate the challenge of bucks in the jungle and the grunt of the little wild pig.
  • BERKS Made by Pennebacker, Berks County.
  • Becks Old Lucy stood half-way between the bed and the door, making nods and becks in her excited desire that Susannah should be impressed.
  • Basques He planned, therefore, to go by dog-team northward to the Straits of Belle Isle, and then alongshore rounding Cape Bauld and Cape Norman, and on down the west coast to the railroad at Curling which would take him to Port aux Basques .
  • abidingnesses
  • abjections
  • almsgivings
  • amnemonic
  • amoebalike
  • antipastos
  • antithesized
  • antithesizes
  • descriptioning
  • disimproving
  • disinfections
  • unwasteful
  • distinguishings
  • dog-paddles

66 words made from the letters BECASUEE