What is the correct spelling for BUDIES?
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Correct spellings for BUDIES
- Bodies The lead is thus the breaking line between the two bodies of ice.
- Dies I said, 'Like a man when he dies and is forgotten,' or something of that sort.
- bites Dog-bites, rat-bites, or cat-bites should always be dressed by a doctor, or made thoroughly antiseptic, mainly on account of the germs that swarm round the roots of the teeth of these animals, and also because treatment of this sort will prevent hydrophobia-although this danger is a rare and remote one, not more than a few score of deaths from mad-dog bites occurring in the whole United States in a year.
- buddies Even though his buddies saw what had happened to him they were so stuck on drugs that they, too, thought they could still "handle" their lives.
- budges I've seen her scent vulgarity in the most harmless soundin' speech you ever heard-such as when my husband asked her one day if she was afflicted with the budges in her knee, and she told me afterward that he had made a sneakin' allusion to her leg.
- bids Something bids me tell you, though up to now I've kept unpleasant facts to myself.
- buds No limb buds ; total length, 36.2 mm.
- buries And when I think of Horace-what he has suffered through the treachery of his kinsman-I feel that it is perhaps kindest to him also to leave this dark secret in the oblivion which buries it in our two hearts."
- bodes Thy troubled look bodes some dark news.
- buttes We could go behind the Buttes Saint-Chaumont; there are some quarries there, where no one would see us.
- busies "You have long been a hypochondriac on your own account; now you are trying it for other people," says Zdena, rising and going to the window, where she busies herself with some embroidery.
- birdies My friend was surprised by the words and before she could think of a suitable reply, the child continued- "He tells the birdies to go down where it's warm and there are flowers all the time.
- biddies No one knew better than she how foolish it would be to go over to that henyard and just trust to luck for a chance to catch one of those biddies .
- bides If he bides there amongst his citizens, Ruling the folk, determining the laws, Look, father; bid some serf to be my guide, Some honoured master-worker in the fields, Who to shrewd questions shrewdly can reply.