What is the correct spelling for BIZZAR?

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Correct spellings for BIZZAR

  • baize She did not see a broad-shouldered man in a dirty baize apron seated at his work-bench behind the pane.
  • bar "But," she exclaimed, almost standing still in her surprise, "you will give up the Bar , then?"
  • bars Zoe peered between the bars of the gate.
  • bazaar I presume you mean the affair of the bazaar ?
  • bear I can't bear even to hear the word."
  • bias Shall we, however, admit George Eliot's conclusion that Frenchwomen alone have hitherto shown any of this original bias ?
  • bier Acting President Gamburdo has ordered a hand-picked elite corps of army and navy officers to maintain a twenty-four-hour watch over the bier .
  • bissau
  • biz Before he had been a week in camp they found that he knew his biz , and they made him a sergeant.
  • bizarre In good work forgotten costumes seem bizarre but not preposterous.
  • boar Boar hunting is a very fine thing, we doubt not; but it cannot beat that.
  • boozer "Now you may go on deck, Bokes," added Graines, as he drove the boozer ahead of him, and followed his superior.
  • bursar My most cordial thanks are due to him, to the Warden and to the Bursar , for their kindness in allowing me access to the library, and also to all the documents referring to it.
  • buzz Don't buzz that bell so loud in my ears.
  • buzzard The man, taking the bag, went to the gentlemen's servants and said, "Pray, be not angry with me, you shall see I had a buzzard , for here be the feathers."
  • buzzer Then one afternoon my call sounded on the buzzer , and I reported at the office.
  • pizza The meeting was being held over the Sunshine Tree Terrace in Adventureland, just steps from where I'd been turned into a road-pizza by the still-unidentified assassin.
  • Bis But there is evidence in bis own letters that Ambrose took a more active and also a more effective course than mere pious groaning; indeed, he showed a remarkable boldness of decision, as well as astuteness, in his political methods.
  • Bears Bears-very wisely-when getting into hollows of rocks or trees, go tail-end first, that they may be in a position to move out again when necessary.
  • BIA Then the Bia gave him some betel-nut, and combed his hair until he grew sleepy.
  • BOARS A train of cable-cars came nosing along like vicious boars, with snouts close to the ground.
  • adjies
  • discommends
  • discommodities
  • end-angering

32 words made from the letters BIZZAR