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Correct spellings for BIOUS

  • bbs
  • bias I would not suggest a doctrinal bias: but to prove that it had no influence, a strong, if not unanimous, declaration on the part of the Revisers is called for.
  • bijou It was a white one, named Nicolas Bijou.
  • bilious You take my advice, and try a couple of Cockle's anti-bilious.
  • biopsy
  • biz
  • blouse This Ray quickly seized; glanced hurriedly over it, stowed it in his blouse, then walked to the door.
  • bogus "Calibogus," or "bogus," was cold rum and beer unsweetened.
  • boise
  • bolus
  • bonus
  • bose
  • boss
  • bossy
  • bs
  • bus
  • buss
  • busy
  • dubious She tried something else-a dubious 'I can't be sure, but I suppose ...
  • pious I want to believe that men do not grow old and become a burden to themselves and those around them; but I know differently, and while I hope that there will be a resurrection, I know that those who have gone away on the journey which begins with death send back no messenger, and that nothing is known of heaven except the declaration of pious people that they believe in it.
  • Bayous Many odd stories in relation to them were known to all, even to the little Francois; and Basil being an old hunter among the swamps and bayous, was acquainted with many of the habits of these animals.
  • Beaus
  • Bijoux Rich vases and well-executed bronzes were placed in the most favourable situations in the apartment; the elegantly-carved walnut table was covered with those charming little bijoux which the French only are capable of conceiving, and which are only at the command of such purchasers as are possessed of more money than they otherwise can conveniently spend.
  • Bis Bezuel was not able to carry out his friend's wishes, although the arm by which he had been seized, reminded him daily of his duty by a severe pain; after a month, the drowned man appeared twice more, urging his requests, and saying each time at the end of the interview, "bis, bis," just as he had been accustomed to do when in life.
  • Boas
  • Bots
  • Boils
  • bobs "Why, Vosh," said Corry, "it's your little old pair of bobs, and you've rigged a box on the hind one.
  • bows
  • buys
  • bins
  • bids
  • buoys
  • bits
  • boys
  • bogs
  • boors One deadly little snake like that let loose on the upper deck would doubtless drive these boors into the sea, and even then our condition would not be bettered, for there isn't any of us that can sail a boat.
  • BIOS
  • BIO
  • BOPS
  • BODS
  • BIBS The patrons of my own favored barber's shop have arms to their bibs and pretend to be deeply interested in the Illustrated London News.
  • BOARS Scattered about they would find an ample supply of meat from the wild goats, boars and semi-wild swine, but together, they would soon scare away the game.
  • BOOS
  • BROS
  • BURS
  • Boers Dear Sir: I have been handed a pamphlet written by you entitled "The Confederacy and the Transvaal," the burden of which is, that the Boers ought not to continue their irregular guerilla struggle against England, because it is destructive of themselves and wasteful of England's resources; or to use your own words "the contest drags wearily along, to the probable destruction of one of the combatants, to the great loss of the other, and, so far as can be seen, in utter disregard of the best interests of both."
  • boughs
  • bouts
  • adjies
  • adjoinings
  • all-firedest
  • antipastos
  • arcadias
  • for
  • discommodities
  • disconsolatenesses
  • disturbings
  • droits
  • freeminded
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