What is the correct spelling for BECAU?
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Correct spellings for BECAU
- back And I want my Jack back (Jack, Jack) – The House That Jack Built by Aretha Franklin
- bag Lively up yourself, 'cause this is the other bag Hey, lively up yourself and don't be no drag – Lively Up Yourself by Bob Marley
- beach With drooping sail and pennant That never a wind may reach, They float in sunless waters Beside a sunless beach. – The White Ships and the Red by Joyce Kilmer
- beak Unable to stand the sight of the big bird, with outspread and drooping wings, with all his feathers puffed out to make him look twice as large as he really was, and with an angry "Gobble-obble-obble" coming from his beak, Splash ran.
- beam "Men coming down to work, singing," said the captain, as they stood on a cross-beam to listen.
- bean The little bean again shakes back to the bottom.
- bear I can't bear to see it.
- beat To beat that man, you must do more than spend money.
- beau Walsingham dates the introduction of French fashions among us from the taking of Calais in 1347; but we appear to have possessed such a rage for imitation in dress, that an English beau was actually a fantastical compound of all the fashions in Europe, and even Asia, in the reign of Elizabeth.