What is the correct spelling for BIILION?

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Correct spellings for BIILION

  • balloon As round as a balloon Suspended like a bauble in ze sky. Like zat- a tune Zat wafts above the dune – Like Zis/Like Zat by Unknown Author
  • bawling As Rose passed him he said, "You go in free, my dear," and resumed his bawling cry, "Have your tickets ready."
  • beeline I made a beeline for the cook house while they did that and filled up for three.
  • belling
  • bellini Notwithstanding many such little quarrels we liked each other well, and I may here note that when, in the following year, which was the year of our Lord one thousand four hundred and twenty-six, a little son was born to him, since grown to be a right famous painter, known as Giambellini-which is to say Giovanni, or Hans, Bellini, I, Margery Schopper, stood his sponsor at the font.
  • berlin We're in a road movie to Berlin Can't drive out the way we drove in – Road Movie To Berlin by they might be giants
  • bilious
  • billing
  • billion It is convinced that if we were to try it, we would invite disaster-and that we would not long remain even a sixty billion dollar nation.
  • billions Many of the shops were still open and were brilliantly lighted, and people were strolling carelessly along the walk, laughing and chatting as though the agony and horror and brutality of the mighty conflict just across the sea were all in some other planet, billions of miles away; as though the war cloud itself were not pushing its ominous black rim farther and farther above the horizon of our own beloved land.
  • billionth
  • billow
  • bison
  • blini
  • blown
  • boiling
  • bouillon
  • bowline The boys, accordingly, set off toward the shore, and at length reached it, finding Ben Bowline waiting for them with the boat.
  • bowling
  • bullion
  • lion
  • million
  • pillion This ready discourse, and the soprano's evident distress, so worked on the canonesses that, having little money at their disposal, it was fixed, after some private consultation, that he should attend them to Donnaz, where Don Gervaso, in consideration of his edifying conduct in renouncing the stage, might be interested in helping him to a situation; and when the little party set forth from Oropa, the abate Cantapresto closed the procession on one of the baggage-mules, with Odo riding pillion at his back.
  • sirloin
  • zillion
  • Bailing
  • Baling
  • Balling And they did make a day of it, in fact, and such a day as neither had had for forty years; for, first, they went to Bartlett's Hill, where the boys and girls were coasting, and coasted with them for a full hour,-and then it was discovered by the younger portion of his flock that the parson was not an old, stiff, solemn, surly poke, as they had thought, but a pleasant, good-natured, kindly soul, who could take and give a joke, and steer a sled as well as the smartest boy in the crowd; and when it came to snow-balling, he could send a ball further than Bill Sykes himself, who could out-throw any boy in town, and roll up a bigger block to the new snow fort they were building than any three boys among them.
  • Bilbo
  • Bolton Why leave it to Bolton?
  • Billie
  • Gillion
  • byline
  • bulling