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Correct spellings for BETED

  • bate Bate, Negative Capability: The Intuitive Approach in Keats.
  • bated Excursions down the corridor by one or another of the blue-wrappered brigade brought back bits of news: "The doctor is smoking a cigarette in the hall;" or, "Miss Jones, the day assistant, has gone in;" and then, with bated breath, "The doctor with the red mustache has come"-by which it was known that things were going badly, the staff man having been summoned.
  • bead The miller scratched his bead, and looked at his wife, almost with amazement.
  • beaded She put her purse, an absurd, delicately tinted little beaded purse which had been one of her wedding presents, into his hand.
  • bearded As the red-bearded soldier led the horses forward, the moon shone forth, and within an hour the travellers had reached the plain; they sprang on to the beasts and rode madly on towards the lake, which, when the sun rose, gleamed before them in silvery green.
  • beater Place the whites on a flat dish, being careful that not a particle of the yolk gets in. Add a pinch of salt, and with a daisy beater held flat whip the whites with an upward motion to a stiff, dry froth.
  • bed I'm off to bed.
  • bedded Our new quarters were a great success; a ground-floor flat with a fine front door; a large well-furnished sitting room with two windows looking out on to the street, and an equally large double-bedded room at the back of the sitting room.
  • bede Again, in the same letter, George Eliot mentions that this same aunt had told her of once spending a night in prison to comfort a poor girl who had murdered her own child, and that this incident lay in her mind for many years, until it became the germ of Adam Bede.
  • beet They eat well alone, with only salt and cold butter; or with beet root, or roast potatoes.
  • belated He seemed to have taken a belated but strong fancy to the young plainsman.
  • belted The first was made without buttons, affording an apology for the use of a rich Indian shawl, that belted his body and kept the garment tight to his frame.
  • bested
  • bet
  • beta
  • betel In Yeotmal, when a betrothal is to be made, the parties go to a liquor-shop and there a betel-leaf and a large handful of sugar are distributed to everybody.
  • betide Horn answered readily: "King, may all good betide thee!
  • better
  • bite
  • bleed
  • bolted
  • booted
  • breed
  • busted
  • byte
  • deed
  • steed
  • ted
  • Abated The time will, however, come when the rotation of Jupiter on his axis will be gradually abated by the influence of the tides.
  • Abetted One of the charges against Faustina is that she abetted the conspiracy of Avidius Cassius by offering him her hand in the event of her husband's being slain.
  • Baited The traps they set are cleverly baited.
  • Basted When basted all around, the tape should be sewn on each side with a hemming-stitch.
  • Batted Bregman was also named the AL Player of the Week for the week of June 25-July 1, during which he batted .
  • Beetled At midday the canyon was chill and dank, lit only by a half light which at times dwindled to a deep dusk as the rock walls beetled together hundreds of feet above his head.
  • Berated
  • Berthed We had a two-berthed compartment together, and talked most of the night, in low voices; of the mountain; of the legends concerning it, and the papers of the dead Egyptologist Ferlini, which indirectly had brought Fenton into Monny Gilder's life, and given Brigit back to me.
  • Betided But the thing which next betided me was not a fall of any sort; but rather a most glorious rise to the summit of all fortune.
  • Bleated Lambs bleated on the storm-washed air.
  • Boated
  • Boded
  • Butted
  • Feted
  • Meted
  • Teed
  • ETD
  • Bette
  • Beets The common method of burying beets, and turnips, and all other roots out-door, is well understood.
  • bunted

17 words made from the letters BETED