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Common misspellings for by

bisy, aby, bby, ty, bi, bv, ly, bs, by7, 3ba, 2br, ba, eby, bf, ky, uy, bawww, ey, y, b203, ymy, bm, wbf, 2b, beauy, b, mebey, bys, mayby, hy, py, ry, br, be4, bd, biy, bya, bu, bj, 2ba, bezy, bx, by6, b4, beyou, yyy, by1, byfar, bn, ny, biopy, meby, byt, bp, sy, bz, byher, bey, 3br, maeby, dy, biuy, tby, bh, bl, fy2009, bk, 4b, yyyy, maiby, fy09, bsuy, cy, b'day, thbey, theby, buya, bdy, bc, gy, oby, bg, ebaiy, fy11, be20, bt, 1b, 1ba, 4br, meyby, fy, bwdy, bo, bysy, mybey, wy, 4by4, bsy, bizy, 1br, b2b, b1, 17ty, bly, 2001b, b0, my, byr, 3b, b12, b19, b2, b6, b7, b90, baaaaaa, bb4, bq, be3, bw, be, bf3, b0dy, bpy, byu, oy, b0yz, 5br, byy, tbuy, bhy, bny, bty, byh, dby, fby, lby, nby, vby, vy, yb, buy, bay, iy, fy2010, jy, m'y, yy, yyyyyyyyyyyya, yyz.

Definitions of by

  1.   On; along; in traversing. Compare 5.
  2.   Aside; as, to lay by; to put by.
  3.   Against.
  4.   Near; in the neighborhood; present; as, there was no person by at the time.
  5.   in reserve; not for immediate use; " started setting aside money to buy a car"; " put something by for her old age"; " has a nestegg tucked away for a rainy day"
  6.   Near: passing near: in presence of: aside, away.
  7.   Near to; through; denoting agency or means.
  8.   Passing near; going past; past; beyond; as, the procession has gone by; a bird flew by.
  9.   so as to pass a given point; " every hour a train goes past"
  10.   Near to, while passing; hence, from one to the other side of; past; as, to go by a church.
  11.   Used in specifying adjacent dimensions; as, a cabin twenty feet by forty.
  12.   At hand; near.
  13.   At the side of: near to: through, denoting the agent, cause, means, etc.
  14.   Near, present, aside; by and by, after some time.
  15.   To the extent of; multiplied into.
  16.   With, as means, way, process, etc.; through means of; with aid of; through; through the act or agency of; as, a city is destroyed by fire; profit is made by commerce; to take by force.
  17.   In accordance with; according to.
  18.   Through the agency or help of; with.
  19.   Near.
  20.   Out of the common path; aside; - used in composition, giving the meaning of something aside, secondary, or incidental, or collateral matter, a thing private or avoiding notice; as, by- line, by- place, by- play, by- street.
  21.   In the neighborhood of; near or next to; not far from; close to; along with; as, come and sit by me.
  22.   Near; close; at hand, & c.
  23.   Beside; past; over ( a course).
  24.   minor or subordinate; ` by' is often used in combination; " a side interest"; " a by ( or bye) effect"; " only a by comment"; " by- election"; " bye- election"; " a by- product"; " by- play"
  25.   Out of the common path; aside; -- used in composition, giving the meaning of something aside, secondary, or incidental, or collateral matter, a thing private or avoiding notice; as, by- line, by- place, by- play, by- street. It was formerly more freely used in composition than it is now; as, by- business, by- concernment, by- design, by- interest, etc.
  26.   Beyond; past.
  27.   As a prefix, signifying side, secondary, private.
  28.   Aside; apart off; up.
  29.   Next or near to; with; along; over; through; in, on, or at; past and beyond; after.
  30.   Near; in passing; in presence of; away.
  31.   Sometimes bye, as a prefix, means concealed; quiet; out of the direct way; private, & c.
  32.   Near: aside; away. By and- by, in a short time after; presently. By- the- by, by the way, as a passing remark aside from the main subject. By one's self, alone. To stand by, to stand near, or to support.
  33.   Near; with; through, as author, maker, cause, means; according to; in the measure or quantity of; during; not later than.

Quotes of by

  1. I was blown away by the standing ovation. I've had tributes before, sure, but I don't retain that feeling, and I wasn't prepared for it on Tuesday. But maybe you shouldn't retain these things or you'd be on a permanent high. – Burt Bacharach
  2. He who begins by loving Christianity more than Truth, will proceed by loving his sect or church better than Christianity, and end in loving himself better than all. – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  3. Every portal coming into this country is being attacked by those who would harvest information, both national security secrets and just the common information of private individuals and private individuals. That crime is going on, every day, on a single entity known as the Internet. – Darrell Issa
  4. History had its own way of explaining things. The way historians explain things is by telling a story. – Donald Kagan
  5. The way that organizations and organisms anticipate the future is by taking signals from the past, most the time. – Kevin Kelly
  6. The existing system will be quickest and most radically overthrown by the annihilation of its exponents. Therefore, massacres of the enemies of the people must be set in motion. – Johann Most
  7. It's valid that the Strokes and the Pleased have been influenced by some of the same bands. But it's invalid in the sense that we listen to the Strokes and try to sounds like them. I think that they are a good band. – Joanna Newsom
  8. The scientific and scholarly community is marked by the belief that the truth is to be found in all; none can claim it as their monopoly. – John Charles Polanyi
  9. I am afraid of death, scared by it. I already don't know whether I exist or not. So dying really terrifies me. – Stephen Rea
  10. By moving them vertically, a representative mean curve could be formed, and individual events were then characterized by individual logarithmic differences from the standard curve. – Charles Francis Richter
  11. By working hard we could make an average of about $5 a week. We would have made more but had to provide our own machines, which cost us $45, we paying for them on the installment plan. We paid $5 down and $1 a month after that. – Rose Schneiderman
  12. One crime has to be concealed by another. – Lucius Annaeus Seneca
  13. But assuming the same premises, to wit, that all men are equal by the law of nature and of nations, the right of property in slaves falls to the ground; for one who is equal to another cannot be the owner or property of that other. – William H. Seward
  14. There were a lot of adventure books for boys, historical novels by Kenneth Roberts, and whatever mystery novels the alarmed librarian imagined might not corrupt an eager but innocent youth. – Peter Straub
  15. Good directors say, Here's where the play is. They stand by the heart of the matter. Some of them stand beside it. – Sam Waterston

Usage examples for by

  1. You stand by me, and you'll get your pay." ” – King Spruce, A Novel by Holman Day
  2. By the way, why didn't you tell me all this when you came last? ” – A Double Knot by George Manville Fenn
  3. “ " No," said I. " Good- by – The Deluge by David Graham Phillips
  4. “ I'll have some more money by to- morrow. ” – Rival Pitchers of Oakdale by Morgan Scott
  5. And you're here all by yourself? ” – Miss Minerva and William Green Hill by Frances Boyd Calhoun
  6. 16, 397. Was that by a merchant in Lerwick? ” – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  7. What am I to understand by that? ” – Rossmoyne by Unknown
  8. And by that time it had been too late. ” – Half Portions by Edna Ferber
  9. That was the name he went by – Foul Play by Charles Reade Dion Boucicault
  10. What do you mean by more time? ” – The Turn of the Screw by Henry James
  11. What do you mean by 'we both'? ” – The Song of Songs by Hermann Sudermann
  12. What do I mean by that? ” – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  13. Here we are a sittin' and sittin' and time's goin' by – Kent Knowles: Quahaug by Joseph C. Lincoln
  14. By an'- by by all that's bad! ” – Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up Bar-20 by Clarence Edward Mulford
  15. You can do no good by it. ” – A Mysterious Disappearance by Gordon Holmes
  16. We understand by what we see, and we live by what we understand. ” – The Psychology of Beauty by Ethel D. Puffer
  17. What do you mean by a 'split'? ” – Daisy by Elizabeth Wetherell
  18. Why not by Holly's? ” – Ayesha The Further History of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed by H. Rider Haggard
  19. What do you mean by time? ” – The Cuckoo Clock by Mrs. Molesworth
  20. “ " I was never here by night before," she said. ” – Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard by Eleanor Farjeon

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