Homophones for baaed, bad, bade

baaed / bad / bade  [bæd]

baaed – simple past tense of v. intr. – bleat (like a sheep) 

bad – adj. – inferior, inadequate, defective, unpleasant; n. – 1. ill fortune; 2. ruin; 3. wicked people; adv., - variant of badly

bade – v. past tense and past participle of bid – 1. to offer (a price) whether for payment or acceptance; 2. Card Games to make a bid of or in (a suit at cards); 3. to issue an order to; 4. to request to come; 5. to give expression to

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Sometimes, one needs to sit back and learn a bit of more obscure history. Such is this article about Weybridge, Vermount. A tale of an agricultural town and the challenges that the people faced, overcame and lived to build upon.

Where did 'baaed' fit in? Well that is something for you to discover.


From the interactions of young children to international politics, bad relations challenge the human race. One can stop and wonder about the foundations of these and what makes them odious. What can be done about things that are sub standard? And why they intrigue us?


This intriguing verb repeated finds itself in the news whether looking at financial dealing or the heart of a people.

Why do people mourn for those whom they have never met? The simple answer would be because the person being mourned impacted their lives in ways that they could never have known. Certainly this was true for Gabriel Garcia Marques and Queen Elizabeth the second.