What is the correct spelling for BUDDET?
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Correct spellings for BUDDET
- bedder Fred and he did not seem to be very pleased to see each other again, and since they always got on my nerves I went into my bedder to finish dressing.
- bucket Then as he was about to go I took my bucket , and made as if I would go and empty it in the passage.
- buddha And Buddha spake: "Thy nets are drawn, Thy boat rocks idle on the sea, Thy day turns westward, and is gone....
- buddy Jack's buddy evaded also.
- budget The subject on which he secretly doubted his colleague's judgment was one of the proposals made in the Budget of the year.
- buffet This reminded the old steward of the glass of wine which was so efficacious in making talk glide easily; and, going to the buffet before mentioned, he drew forth two bottles, both of port.
- bullet And, four days after that, Paul had his cap shot through: and, this time again, the bullet came from the French lines.
- burden "Charles, be a King," is the burden of all her advice.
- Badder Fac' is, Mistah Sam, we couldn't well be in a badder fix, no matter wat happened to us.
- Bidden After a concert in Vienna, Illowski was politely bidden to leave Austria.
- Boded From her face, all closed up, tightened lips, and the familiar little droop at their corners, he knew something dire had happened, and his eyes boded ill for the person who had hurt her; but she would say nothing except that she was tired and wanted to go home.
- Budded And every time he goeth into his garden, it is to see the fruits of the valley, and to 'see if the vine flourished, and the pomegranates budded.
- Budged Steve Jarrold, the man whom Gloria had heard laugh, never budged from the spot where he had landed when entering the living-room; his wide, spraddled legs seemed rooted through the big feet into the floor.
- Butted He broke the good little boy's ball, tore his kite all to pieces, pulled little Susie's hair, pinched the baby, kicked the small children, and butted the large boys with his head, and, in short, behaved so badly, that they were all nearly crying: still they would not give up Luke's plan, but kept on trying to be kind to him.
- buddies "Well, right worthy Buddies ," says he, "what have you to report concerning the candidate?"