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Correct spellings for BOOGY
- bag Neale, carrying his bag, stepped off into half a foot of dust. Yo, I got the black book designers and the bag Make sure I got the uni for the on tour tag – Return to Da Wrongside by Artifacts
- baggy A carriage with four horses was waiting for us at the station, and we drove up in fine style to the millionaire's mansion, where some Irish servants with baggy trousers, tumbled cravats, and no gloves opened wide the doors, ushering us into a large hall, where a gentleman whom we guessed was our host came forward to greet us.
- beg I beg the favour of a few words."
- big And how big did you say 'twas?
- biology The great and obvious difficulty in the practical teaching of biology appeared to be the immense number of different kinds of animals and plants in existence.
- bog At seventy-eight miles from Ooldabinna, having come as near west as it is possible to steer in such a country on a camel-of course I had a Gregory's compass-we had met no signs of water fit for man or animal to drink, though brine and bog existed in most of the lake-beds.
- bogey Banished to woods and a sickly moon, Shrunk to mere bogey things, Who spoke with thunder once at noon To prostrate kings.
- boggy The road became muddy and boggy beyond description, and the rain kept falling.
- bogie My old bogie of being put into office arose again in the senatorial election of 1882. The legislature, for the first time in a generation, was entirely leaderless.
- boo 75. Thus the "unpractised student" is taught that b-y spells bwy; or, if pronounced "very deliberately, boo-i-ee!"
- booby I have myself, when a boy, heard Old Booby speaking with pride of Young Booby as having too high a spirit to be confined to books: and I suspected that his dislike to teaching the poor arose in fact from a feeling that they would, if taught a little, pass his heir.