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Correct spellings for BHAGDAD

  • backdate
  • baghdad
  • baked After further conversation on that subject, Elinor said, with a sigh: "Well, we did enjoy those baked potatoes!
  • bandaged "The big dog say, 'Little dog, for why you have your tail all bandaged up like that?
  • banded Coming to the chapter house they entered therein, and found a fair tomb, exceeding great, covered with a silken cloth, banded with orfreys of gold.
  • bated It seemed to Dil as if she would even now shake her fist at Bess, and the child stood with bated breath.
  • beaded On the robe once more, she took out and held up to the light of the fire two books and a strip of beaded cloth.
  • bearded But to my astonishment instead of my father I saw in the bed a black-bearded peasant, who regarded me with a merry look.
  • behead He stepped forward as he spoke, and his esquire gave him the two-hand Sword of State, heavy enough to behead a bisonoid.
  • beheaded While Gray was at meat, the unfortunate prisoner was, by Douglas's command, led forth to the court-yard and beheaded .
  • bighead Think I'd open my guts to my Lord Bighead ?
  • bladed One sees nothing of the narwhal and very little of the kayak, for dashing seas wash over the little craft, but the double-bladed paddles see-saw with the regularity of a pendulum.
  • braided He forgets that now, or thinks perhaps that I do not know him in his spring suit of clothes, and golden-braided coat and vest.
  • branded As is only fitting, the Binjhwars have taken the arrow as their tribal symbol or mark; their cattle are branded with it, and illiterate Binjhwars sign it in place of their name.
  • haggard If she had not looked so wan and haggard , he would have accused her of talking wildly.
  • handed Why didn't you let a man try single-handed?
  • hated She looked down between them at the thing that but a minute since had lived, and loved perhaps as well as hated .
  • headed The wind sometimes headed us, but we saw more of the coast until, passing Applecross, we reached the Island of Scalpa.
  • hedged Mr Smythje would be the hero of the night; and, as such, surrounded by the fairest of the fair-hedged in by a galaxy of beautiful belles, and beset by an army of matchmaking parents, all seeking success with as much eagerness as Loftus Vaughan himself.
  • jaded She threw back her veil as she stood on the ground, and Kate Henderson, somewhat jaded -looking and pale from her journey, was before her father.
  • Bagged "Well, then, there was another feller got bagged t'other day, as innocent as could be, for givin' his opinion when folks was a talkin' about matters and things in gineral, and this here one in partikilar.
  • Banged Finally I managed to get in position while we were swimming to the boat, and I banged my tank against one of theirs.
  • Begat Noble or base your feeling may be: it is something which these two, my parents who begat me, have not.
  • Boarded From that night I boarded at the house of the Haginos.
  • Boded What boded it for them both and for their races?
  • Bodged
  • Bragged
  • Budged
  • Hided
  • Hoarded
  • barged

46 words made from the letters BHAGDAD