What is the correct spelling for OBBEY?
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Correct spellings for OBBEY
- bey Bey scowled at her.
- bobby But Bobby had a surprise in store for them all.
- cobber "I liked Burlingame," continued Cobber.
- ebb But as it was, he must keep the terribly heavy banner of dog-pelts swinging to and fro with his strength at a low ebb, and hope barely alive in his heart.
- hobby The study had been my poor father's hobby-so my uncle told me-and I inherited his love for it.
- jobber I gave up the fascinating business of a lean-cattle jobber, seeing it was done for, and I have never regretted my resolution.
- lobby It was the night of Christmas Eve, and I was just entering the lobby of the St. James's, the first time, as it happened, I had seen the inside of a theatre for two years.
- ob "Dere are bad red men, and bad white men, and bad black men; but, me tink, not so many ob de last," said Rachel, who always stuck up for her own race.
- obey Women had their place in the world: that place was to obey and bear children: to carry on the line for men.
- orb A hot West Indian sun was rapidly declining towards the Caribbean Sea- as if hastening to cool his fiery orb in the blue water-when a ship, that had rounded Pedro Point, in the Island of Jamaica, was seen standing eastward for Montego Bay.
- Abbeys Those of the abbeys of St. Stephen and the Trinity, at opposite extremities, constitute the principal features in the view.
- Ebbed That was the way with most good work, but what he had never seen was its acceptance amongst the ranks of the "Pretty Good," its place given it beside that rising and falling tide of fiction that covered every year the greedy rocks of the circulating libraries and ebbed out again leaving no trace behind it.
- oboes A third temple, Haa Gonpa, was built further up the valley at the site where a lame pigeon, actually a bodhisattva in disguised form, was found by a local farmer who was drawn to the spot by a mysterious fire seen on several successive nights and by the unexplained sounds of oboes and trumpets (musical instruments closely associated with Bhutanese and Tibetan monasteries).