What is the correct spelling for BEED?
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Correct spellings for BEED
- bead Close beside him rode two stately braves of high rank, their mounts as richly caparisoned, their buckskin shirts gorgeous with bead and porcupine-quill embroidery, otter-skin head-dresses upon their hair.
- bed But you would like to rest now; you can have my bed , sir; I can sleep here."
- bede ADAM BEDE, George Eliot's first novel, published anonymously in 1859, took at once with both critic and public.
- bee "Now dip this letter in the spring," said the Bee -woman, "and read it to me again.
- beef She spoke with soft clearness, none of that hesitation in her manner that Frances had marked on the day that they rode up and surrounded her where the Indians were waiting their rations of beef .
- beep The Guinness World Record for the largest group beep test is held by RAF Honington, in Honington, Suffolk where over 586 men and women took part.
- beer I knew that beer would get me.
- beet All the green things stood in precise straight rows,-every beet , and carrot, and cucumber with his hands in his own pocket, so to speak; none of that reaching about and intruding on neighboring premises which most vegetables indulge in; but every one at home, with a sedate air, and minding his own business.
- bend I felt sure that the knowledge which my father had spoken of as power to bend the will of kings was somehow associated with this strong imperious looking woman who gazed steadily into my eyes.
- bleed When the dregs of Europe come over to my city and use the rats of Asia to bleed that city white, then I personally protest.
- breed The hogs are of a large kind; have already greatly improved the breed originally found by us upon the island; and, at the time of our late arrival, were very numerous.
- deed Yet since the deed disappeared no one has tried to put you off your land.
- Been Where you been at?
- Bled "The Irishman bled our tank before he started.
- Bred She looked clean and slight and attractive, and conspicuously well-bred.
- Bees A small door is placed at each end of the log, one for the bees to go in and out, and the other for the removal of the honey when wanted.