What is the correct spelling for JECOB?
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Correct spellings for JECOB
- cab Then I tried to get out of the cab , and found I could not move-or hardly."
- cob Lysander pressed the tobacco into his cob pipe, and scratched a match on the sole of his boot.
- cog But that didn't mean that this little particular, insignificant cog -wheel in the navy machine was going to do anything special, or, indeed, anything at all.
- cub "They tell me," he went on, eyeing her narrowly, "they tell me, he's taken that cub of Cameron's with him."
- gecko The fly was frightened away, the gecko slipped lower, seemingly without effort, and in a hollowed side of the cavernous root I saw a mist, a quivering, so tenuous and indistinct that at first it might have been the dancing of motes.
- gob Gob, he'd have a soft hand under a hen.
- jab To stop, you jab an iron brake into the snow or ice and call out "Tar!"
- jacob What, is it as Jacob says, a little maid you have got there?
- jacobi Opera Jacobi Regis, p.
- jacobin The Jacobin faction in England must grow in strength and audacity; it will be supported by other intrigues and supplied by other resources than yet we have seen in action.
- jacobs At his death he left four surviving daughters,-Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs , Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. Jessie Ann Benton Fremont, the wife of the great explorer, whose wonderful feats and adventures, ending with the conquest of California, where he became a sort of viceroy in point of power, made him an especial favorite with his father-in-law, who loved daring and hardihood.
- jib Perhaps there was not so much danger of being run down at night by some heavy vessel as there would have been a few months before, but Marcy's nerves thrilled with apprehension when he stood holding fast to the rail during the lonely mid-watch, and the schooner, with the spray dashing wildly about her bows and everything drawing, was running before a strong wind through darkness so black that her flying-jib-boom could not be seen, and there was no light on board except the one in the binnacle.
- job That's why I got the job in the first place.
- jock Instantly Jock and Sandy halted, and sniffed a mighty, soul-satisfying sniff.
- jog R., as senior, can take the tail of train with our carriage so that he can watch the track as we jog along.
- Cobb "No, but it isn't right strong yet and Mr. Cobb thought I'd better wear this rather than run any danger of putting it out of place again.
- CB Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG CB (21 March 1873 – 30 January 1931) was a Scottish Medical Officer who specialised in tropical medicine.