What is the correct spelling for RABECCA?

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Correct spellings for RABECCA

  • aback Well, I was taken aback, I can tell you.
  • abc
  • abuja
  • ante-dated
  • appears as
  • approximal
  • arabic
  • barbecue
  • beck
  • Becky
  • cries up
  • disectarians
  • faberge
  • holding under a spell
  • rabat
  • rabbet
  • rabbi
  • Rabbis
  • rabbit
  • rabid
  • rabies
  • rage
  • ragga
  • rake "It is no pleasure to me to rake up the past," Ralph went on.
  • rancor
  • rebekah Then there was feasting and giving of costly gifts, and preparing to take a long journey, for the old servant was in haste to get back to his master, and Rebekah, who was willing to go, took her maid-servants and rode away into a far country to be the wife of Isaac.
  • rebel
  • REC
  • recur
  • Reebok
  • robe Then the driver pulled his legs out of a buffalo-robe, opened the door with a twist, and called out,- "Nor'n't'n Arms."
  • robed He heard the Bombay Doctor's tones again, as he ran; and the words of the brown-robed mystic went like flame and acid through his blood.
  • robert
  • Roberta And where are Miss Roberta March and Master Junius Keswick?
  • Roberto The writer remembers her in "Roberto" at Drury Lane, when her impassioned acting resulted in a very funny incident.
  • robes
  • Rocco He goes on to say that in 1526 Gaudenzio was certainly working at his native village of Valduggia, where, in 1524 or 1525, a chapel had been erected in honour of S. Rocco, who it was supposed had kept the Valsesia free from the plague that had devastated other parts of Italy.
  • roebuck Directly after Mr. Roebuck had given notice of a motion for a Committee of Inquiry, Lord John wrote to Lord Aberdeen that since he could not conscientiously oppose the motion, he must resign his office.
  • rube
  • rubella
  • Ruben
  • rubes
  • rubicon Saul Fulton's face grew sinister with its thoughts, and when at last he spoke again it was with the air of a man who has debated to a conclusion the problem that besets him and who, having decided, sets his foot into the Rubicon of action.
  • rubric
  • tobacco