What is the correct spelling for BOOD?
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Correct spellings for BOOD
- blood Whose blood is that?" When will the blood begin to race the sleeping bud burst into bloom? – Point of No Return/Chandelier Crash by Unknown Author
- bold I NEVER DREAMED I'D BE SO BOLD I'M STANDING HERE, MY HEART'S BEEN SOLD – Will You Marry Me? by Abdul Paula
- boo He des fa'rly boo -hoo'd, un he say, sezee:- 'Dar now, Brer Fox!
- boob "You're a boob , 'Red,' and if you don't look out, there's a fellow over at Bisbee who-" "Oh!"
- book "You might have given them back their book ," they said to me.
- boom Again and again came the flash, and the boom .
- boon "If I needed thanks, your kindness to him is the only boon I could ask.
- boor What a boor you must have thought me!
- boot He urged us, however, to continue our exertions, and the words were hardly uttered when I stumbled and fell forward, having caught the toe of my boot in a large ring of iron that lay half buried in the loose earth.
- brood "Come," said his father, touching his arm, "I don't want you to brood upon these things.
- food 194; food of, i.
- good It did me good to hear him talk.
- hood There was Tom Mercer's face looking at us over the hood at the back, for he had darted out from the hedge as the carriage passed the corner half a mile from the school, climbed up behind, and was holding on with one hand as he clutched at me with the other.
- mood Katharine was late, but that was nothing new, and, as she had no particular liking for music, and he felt in the mood for it, perhaps it was as well.
- rood Every man who had any house at all had some direct interest in the land; he always had some rood or two that he could call his own; his allotment was not large, but then there were no large farmers.
- wood And I then in a while to ask her about the man of the Court; and she laughed very sweet into the silence of the wood ; but gave me no answer, save that I wait until we were come to the Hall.
- Boyd Will you tell the story, Mr. Boyd ?"