What is the correct spelling for BOTICELLI?

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Correct spellings for BOTICELLI

  • bacilli Above all things a direct transmission of tubercle-bacilli in some way into the body of the healthy person, then the bacilli must cling and propagate in the same, which is only possible when there is an inclination to this disease, of course this inclination is quite common.
  • bastille That, presented by his conductors to this Tribunal, he had announced himself by name and profession as having been for eighteen years a secret and unaccused prisoner in the Bastille ; that, one of the body so sitting in judgment had risen and identified him, and that this man was Defarge.
  • betel For the sea seemed to be one blaze of soft lambent light, that flashed angrily wherever it was disturbed by the steamer, or the startled fish, that dashed away on every side as they swiftly ran on towards the land of swamp and jungle, of nipah and betel palm, where the rivers were bordered by mangroves, the home of the crocodile; a land where the night's conversation had roused up thoughts of its being perhaps the burial-place of many a one of the brave hearts throbbing within the timbers of that stout ship-hearts that were to play active parts in the adventurous scenes to come.
  • bitterly He suddenly found himself bitterly disappointed that he had missed seeing her, for if they had met, he would have known by this time what to think, what to hope.
  • bodice She put on an evening bodice of black silk and net with a simple skirt in keeping.
  • booties I remember nevertheless to have read, that Ptolemy, the son of Lagus, one day, amongst the many spoils and booties which by his victories he had acquired, presenting to the Egyptians, in the open view of the people, a Bactrian camel all black, and a party-coloured slave, in such sort as that the one half of his body was black and the other white, not in partition of breadth by the diaphragma, as was that woman consecrated to the Indian Venus whom the Tyanean philosopher did see between the river Hydaspes and Mount Caucasus, but in a perpendicular dimension of altitude; which were things never before that seen in Egypt.
  • bordello A brothel or bordello is a place where people engage in sexual activity with prostitutes, who are sometimes referred to as sex workers.
  • botticelli
  • bottle
  • obtusely
  • outsell
  • photocell
  • Bodies They are the bodies of thought.
  • Boadicea Did she sacrifice much, this woman, whose spirit was a raging fire, who had the ambition of a Semiramis, the courage of a Boadicea , the resolution of a Lady Macbeth?
  • bottles
  • bodices Ornamented with high coiffures, powdered hair, robed in satin petticoats and square-cut bodices , they blossomed, according to the old engravings, into most fetching figures.
  • bottlers
  • bordellos
  • divestments

193 words made from the letters BOTICELLI