What is the correct spelling for SOBODY?

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Correct spellings for SOBODY

  • bod It vill go off, and 'urt some-bod-dy.
  • bode My heart hath borne a heavy bode , all day."
  • body You've got a good body and a good head, young man,-lie by a little and I'll give ye some broth.
  • booty We were perfectly able to protect our booty with one hundred dogs, whose dinners depended on open eyes.
  • busybody It was put about now that he drank, because some busybody had seen a jar of spirits carried into the house from the wine merchant's cart.
  • nobody Nobody will believe me.
  • sabot This feeling was with him no affectation, but the deliberate, final conclusion of his life-he reverenced the sabot and the blouse, the implements of tillage and work, as the Greek did his gods and the implements of war and glory; he saw humanity reduced to its simplest and most noble physical functions and possibilities, as the Greek did the perfection of the physical form, but he lacked the perception of the types of pure beauty of the Greek.
  • snood To each line were fastened eight or ten snood s: a snood is a short line with a hook at the end.
  • sod The roots, which once formed a thick protecting sod , are now decaying.
  • soda They were formed in the bottom of lakes the waters of which contained soda .
  • soddy Everybody's known about the possibilities, for Soddy wrote a book about it; but nobody's ever suggested where the key could be found to unlock that treasure-house of energy.
  • somebody The lion may eat somebody up.
  • soot Lime and soot spread over the ground in winter would probably do good.
  • sooty The same sooty brick houses, large and small, make the quadrangle, each having a key to the gates that enclose the park, in which nursemaids exercise the children and pet dogs, and an occasional game of croquet is ventured by country cousins.
  • Sobbed For a long moment she sobbed thus.
  • Stood Larry stood and looked after him a moment.
  • Boyd A block-house was built in Seattle near where the Boyd building now stands.
  • sob "Well, this may be fun to you, sir, but it isn't to me," said Hal, almost with a sob .
  • solemn-word