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Spell check of bus

Correct spelling: bus

raft, camper, all-terrain vehicle, booking office, flock, heap, good deal, motor vehicle, passel, ADC, interurban, plenty, boat, cumulus, wagon, hatful, agglomerate, jeep, carry, booking, bridgeware, bill, school bus, all-you-can-eat, breakdown truck, automobile, lot, motorcoach, pile, train, mass, ferry, mickle, hearse, check, auto, boxcar, mountain, tidy sum, car, stack, brown-bag, block in, private instructor, motorbus, deal, aisle seat, change down, convertible, bus topology, shuttle bus, cart, carriage, cab, wheels, spate, bypass, limousine, taxicab, AGP, autobus, station wagon, book on, ATV, buggy, muckle, conveyance, jalopy, limo, great deal, slew, handler, sled, double-decker, barge, truck, common carrier, mound, wad, A drive, coach-and-four, motor, 4WD, mint, accelerated graphics port, horseless carriage, coach, quite a little, bill of fare, BYO, vehicle, booth, omnibus, accelerator card, mess, bookable, base hardware, batch, car-pool, gondola, sledge, taxi, charabanc, jitney, busbar, tractor, auxiliary device, aboard, brougham, coupe, board, four-in-hand, sight, arr., afloat, buckle up, cumulation, armored car, van, motorcar, machine, fire engine, back end, camper van, ship, landau, manager, passenger car, peck, roadster, carve up, tutor, bicycle, sedan, motorcycle, box in, minibus, ambulance, stagecoach, back up, cellar.

Examples of usage:

1) And I could feel, with absolute certainty, as our bus trotted on down Knightsbridge, that she had made up her mind to be hostile. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) Chitty and Sims attacked the pile of luggage on the roof of the bus, after a preliminary run- in between Chitty and the driver concerning the best method to pursue. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) He knew it quite certainly, a little sadly, as he climbed on to his bus. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.