What is the correct spelling for BNACK?

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Correct spellings for BNACK

  • back Now, then, to get back to our muttons. Welcome, welcome, welcome back I don't sell bullets and I don't sell crack – Skills to Pay the Bills by beastie boys
  • balk Now to that shift that sayes Vacuity Is nought, and therefore not at all extent We answer thus: There is a distancy In empty space, though we be well content To balk that question (for we never meant Such needlesse niceties) whether that it be A reall being; yet that there's parts distent One from another, no mans phantasie Can e're reject if well he weigh't and warily.
  • bang Well, he had to go and bust clean out with a bang ; and that stopped his goin' over there, and it stopped his poetry, but I reckon he's begun to get pretty fair pay for what he lost.
  • banjo "And then," said Polly, running up to look over his shoulder, "Phronsie wants dreadfully to hear Tom play on his banjo ."
  • bank Then he saw that the object of it all was the First Marsport Bank .
  • bannock In the latter area, the Eastern Shoshone were frequently joined in September by Shoshone and Bannock from Idaho.
  • bark A little elder-bark, something fresh and bitter from the woods, is about the best thing you can take.
  • bask You can't bask in the sun because there is none-it's always raining-and because the flints worry your back.
  • beak An' den, yust den, Ou' Reyer she lean out over Missis Tinky an' she open her big long beak , an', swock!
  • beck It was-when the frost should have bound up the sources of the beck which ran almost by our door, and it was no longer a stream, but a rope of ice-to take that rope for our guide, and follow it as far as we could towards the secret recesses of its Summer birth.
  • black But when you wanted something done, go to Black Jack.
  • blank It might easily be my father's old letters sealed up, or, for that matter, be nothing more than a piece of blank paper.
  • bock Ken Block (born 1967), American professional rally driver Larry Bock (1959–2016), American entrepreneur Lawrence Block (born 1938), American crime writer Malú Block (1904–1989), born María Luisa Cabrera, Mexican artist Mark Block, American political strategist Ned Block (born 1942), American philosopher Nili Block (born 1995), Israeli kickboxer and Muay Thai fighter Paul Block (newspaper publisher) (1877–1941), American newspaper publisher Stephanie J.
  • bonk
  • buck
  • bunco
  • bunk
  • knack
  • knock
  • nark
  • neck
  • nick
  • snack
  • Barack For the Democrats a brokered convention was considered possible, as it was unclear for a time whether either of the two frontrunners, Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton, would be able to win a majority of pledged delegates before the convention.
  • Bianca Only a fortnight more, and we shall be at Casa Bianca !

8 words made from the letters BNACK