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Correct spellings for BEOF

  • be
  • bead
  • beak The pronounced hollows in his cheeks and a thin nose the dimensions of an eagle's beak, together with the rocky ridge of an underslung jaw, gave him an emaciated look.
  • beam Bunny swung on his little, low trapeze, and then, after he had jumped off into the hay as Ben had taught him, the little fellow began climbing the ladder to the beam on which was fastened the big and high trapeze.
  • bean Too bad that simple-acting Walbert creature didn't stay with dear Miss Bean.
  • bear How does he bear it, I wonder?"
  • beat She used the wrong Magic until she made him beat her.
  • beau Like all persons of sensibility, Mary had a disposition to view everything in a beau ideal: whether that is a boon most fraught with good or ill it were difficult to ascertain.
  • beck He has his women, too, at his beck and call.
  • bed And yet I dare not go back to bed.
  • bede In parts of Adam Bede and throughout The Mill on the Floss she seems to tell her stories as though she really enjoyed the work.
  • bee Which being found to bee a matter of great moment, The farther debate thereof was adjourned till another opportunity, when the Earle of Shaftesbury should bee present."
  • beef The fourth thud was a big glass jar of frankly American beef.
  • beefy Once, indeed, Dennis found himself driven backwards into the mouth of the passage by two beefy fellows attacking him at the same time, and it was only by dropping his rifle and using his revolver that he saved himself from certain death.
  • beep Are you playing bo-beep?
  • beer Why, I didn't say it was in your beer, Sam.
  • beet Butter the mould well; place slices of boiled beets on the bottom; some letters or flowers may be cut in beet, the intervals or holes filled with turnips and carrots; when the bottom is lined with beets, carrots, and turnips, lay horizontally a row of pieces of carrots all around and against the sides of the mould; place a similar one of turnips on the carrots, and so on, the last row being as high as the top of the mould.
  • befog And, lest you still think I befog the question, permit me to add that the minimum weekly wage of the woman employee in Macy's today is $14.00; and the average pay-apart from that of the executives and sub-executives-the men and women who, in the store's own nomenclature, are classed as "specials" and exempted from the time-disc record of their comings and their goings-is $25.00. Have I now answered your question fairly?
  • beg "I beg your pardon, Mr. Baxter; the porter's boy told me to come straight up.
  • bell And you will ring the upstairs bell if there's the slightest need?
  • below "There happened to be a party I knew below when we came in, or we would not be here.
  • ben "Not when you know how," answered Ben, smiling.
  • berg Why, I've been stuck that way, coming over the Berg"- the speaker meant the Drakensberg-"and haven't made a dozen miles in a fortnight.
  • berk He had said many years before to Nicolas van Berk that the Provinces had better return to the dominion of Spain.
  • bern
  • bet
  • beta
  • beth
  • bevy
  • bey "Brother," Bey said, "you sure pick a helluva time to join up."
  • biff
  • blow
  • boa
  • bob
  • bod
  • boer
  • bog
  • boo
  • boob
  • book
  • boom
  • boon
  • boor
  • boot
  • bop
  • bot
  • bow
  • boy
  • brow
  • buff
  • bumf
  • buoy
  • deaf
  • eff
  • goof
  • hoof
  • leaf
  • poof
  • reef
  • ref
  • roof
  • serf
  • woof
  • Been
  • Berm
  • Of
  • Bert
  • Jeff
  • Leif
  • Bess
  • Bela
  • Bees
  • BF
  • BIOS
  • BIO
  • DEF
  • BO
  • CERF
  • BRO
  • BPOE
  • NERF
  • BIOG
  • BIOL
  • BOOS
  • beefs
  • all-firedest
  • am dressed in
  • am due to
  • fills to the brim
  • fills up
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