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  1. Baconianadj.Of or pertaining to Lord Bacon or his system of philosophy
  2. bacteriumn.A microbe
  3. badgerv.To pester
  4. bafflev.To foil or frustrate
  5. bailiffn.An officer of court having custody of prisoners under arraignment
  6. baizen.A single-colored napped woolen fabric used for table-covers, curtains, etc
  7. balen.A large package prepared for transportation or storage
  8. balefuladj.Malignant
  9. balladn.Any popular narrative poem, often with epic subject and usually in lyric form
  10. balsamn.A medical preparation, aromatic and oily, used for healing
  11. banaladj.Commonplace
  12. barcarolen.A boat-song of Venetian gondoliers
  13. barographn.An instrument that registers graphically and continuously the atmospheric pressure
  14. barometern.An instrument for indicating the atmospheric pressure per unit of surface
  15. barringprep.Apart from
  16. baritoneadj.Having a register higher than bass and lower than tenor
  17. baskv.To make warm by genial heat
  18. bassadj.Low in tone or compass
  19. bastev.To cover with melted fat, gravy, while cooking
  20. batonn.An official staff borne either as a weapon or as an emblem of authority or privilege
  21. battalionn.A body of infantry composed of two or more companies, forming a part of a regiment
  22. battenn.A narrow strip of wood
  23. battern.A thick liquid mixture of two or more materials beaten together, to be used in cookery
  24. baublen.A trinket
  25. bawlv.To proclaim by outcry
  26. beatifyv.To make supremely happy
  27. beatituden.Any state of great happiness
  28. beaun.An escort or lover
  29. becalmv.To make quiet
  30. beckv.To give a signal to, by nod or gesture
  31. bedaubv.To smear over, as with something oily or sticky
  32. bedeckv.To cover with ornament
  33. bedlamn.Madhouse
  34. befogv.To confuse
  35. befriendv.To be a friend to, especially when in need
  36. begetv.To produce by sexual generation
  37. begrudgev.To envy one of the possession of
  38. belatev.To delay past the proper hour
  39. belayv.To make fast, as a rope, by winding round a cleat
  40. believ.To misrepresent
  41. believev.To accept as true on the testimony or authority of others
  42. belittlev.To disparage
  43. bellen.A woman who is a center of attraction because of her beauty, accomplishments, etc
  44. bellicoseadj.Warlike
  45. belligerentadj.Manifesting a warlike spirit
  46. bemoanv.To lament
  47. benedictionn.a solemn invocation of the divine blessing
  48. benefactorn.A doer of kindly and charitable acts
  49. beneficen.A church office endowed with funds or property for the maintenance of divine service
  50. beneficentadj.Characterized by charity and kindness
  51. beneficialadj.Helpful
  52. beneficiaryn.One who is lawfully entitled to the profits and proceeds of an estate or property
  53. benefitn.Helpful result
  54. benevolencen.Any act of kindness or well-doing
  55. benevolentadj.Loving others and actively desirous of their well-being
  56. benignadj.Good and kind of heart
  57. benignantadj.Benevolent in feeling, character, or aspect
  58. benignityn.Kindness of feeling, disposition, or manner
  59. benisonn.Blessing
  60. bequeathv.To give by will
  61. bereavev.To make desolate with loneliness and grief
  62. berthn.A bunk or bed in a vessel, sleeping-car, etc
  63. beseechv.To implore
  64. besetv.To attack on all sides
  65. besmearv.To smear over, as with any oily or sticky substance
  66. bestialadj.Animal
  67. bestrewv.To sprinkle or cover with things strewn
  68. bestridev.To get or sit upon astride, as a horse
  69. bethinkv.To remind oneself
  70. betidev.To happen to or befall
  71. betimesadv.In good season or time
  72. betrothv.To engage to marry
  73. betrothaln.Engagement to marry
  74. beveln.Any inclination of two surfaces other than 90 degrees
  75. bewilderv.To confuse the perceptions or judgment of
  76. bibliomanian.The passion for collecting books
  77. bibliographyn.A list of the words of an author, or the literature bearing on a particular subject
  78. bibliophilen.One who loves books
  79. bibulousadj.Fond of drinking
  80. bidev.To await
  81. biennialn.A plant that produces leaves and roots the first year and flowers and fruit the second
  82. biern.A horizontal framework with two handles at each end for carrying a corpse to the grave
  83. bigamistn.One who has two spouses at the same time
  84. bigamyn.The crime of marrying any other person while having a legal spouse living
  85. bightn.A slightly receding bay between headlands, formed by a long curve of a coast-line
  86. bilateraladj.Two-sided
  87. bilingualadj.Speaking two languages
  88. biographn.A bibliographical sketch or notice
  89. biographyn.A written account of one's life, actions, and character
  90. biologyn.The science of life or living organisms
  91. bipedn.An animal having two feet
  92. birthrightn.A privilege or possession into which one is born
  93. bitternessn.Acridity, as to the taste
  94. blaseadj.Sated with pleasure
  95. blasphemev.To indulge in profane oaths
  96. blatantadj.Noisily or offensively loud or clamorous
  97. blazen.A vivid glowing flame
  98. blazonv.To make widely or generally known
  99. bleakadj.Desolate
  100. blemishn.A mark that mars beauty
  101. blitheadj.Joyous
  102. blithesomeadj.Cheerful
  103. blockaden.The shutting up of a town, a frontier, or a line of coast by hostile forces
  104. boatswainn.A subordinate officer of a vessel, who has general charge of the rigging, anchors, etc
  105. bodicen.A women's ornamental corset-shaped laced waist
  106. bodilyadj.Corporeal
  107. boisterousadj.Unchecked merriment or animal spirits
  108. bolen.The trunk or body of a tree
  109. boleron.A Spanish dance, illustrative of the passion of love, accompanied by caste nets and singing
  110. bolln.A round pod or seed-capsule, as a flax or cotton
  111. bolsterv.To support, as something wrong
  112. bombn.A hollow projectile containing an explosive material
  113. bombardv.To assail with any missile or with abusive speech
  114. bombardiern.A person who has charge of mortars, bombs, and shells
  115. bombastn.Inflated or extravagant language, especially on unimportant subjects
  116. boorishadj.Rude
  117. borev.To weary by tediousness or dullness
  118. boroughn.An incorporated village or town
  119. bosomn.The breast or the upper front of the thorax of a human being, especially of a woman
  120. botanicaladj.Connected with the study or cultivation of plants
  121. botanizev.To study plant-life
  122. botanyn.The science that treats of plants
  123. bountifuladj.Showing abundance
  124. Bowdlerizev.To expurgate in editing (a literary composition) by omitting words or passages
  125. bowlern.In cricket, the player who delivers the ball
  126. boycottv.To place the products or merchandise of under a ban
  127. braen.Hillside
  128. braggartn.A vain boaster
  129. brandishv.To wave, shake, or flourish triumphantly or defiantly, as a sword or spear
  130. bravadon.An aggressive display of boldness
  131. bravointerj.Well done
  132. brayn.A loud harsh sound, as the cry of an ass or the blast of a horn
  133. brazev.To make of or ornament with brass
  134. braziern.An open pan or basin for holding live coals
  135. breachn.The violation of official duty, lawful right, or a legal obligation
  136. breakern.One who trains horses, dogs, etc
  137. breechn.The buttocks
  138. brethrenn.pl.Members of a brotherhood, gild, profession, association, or the like
  139. brevityn.Shortness of duration
  140. bric-a-bracn.Objects of curiosity or for decoration
  141. bridlen.The head-harness of a horse consisting of a head-stall, a bit, and the reins
  142. brigaden.A body of troops consisting of two or more regiments
  143. brigadiern.General officer who commands a brigade, ranking between a colonel and a major-general
  144. brigandn.One who lives by robbery and plunder
  145. brimstonen.Sulfur
  146. brinen.Water saturated with salt
  147. bristlen.One of the coarse, stiff hairs of swine: used in brush-making, etc
  148. Britannian.The United Kingdom of Great Britain
  149. Briticismn.A word, idiom, or phrase characteristic of Great Britain or the British
  150. brittleadj.Fragile
  151. broachv.To mention, for the first time
  152. broadcastadj.Disseminated far and wide
  153. brogann.A coarse, heavy shoe
  154. broguen.Any dialectic pronunciation of English, especially that of the Irish people
  155. brokeragen.The business of making sales and purchases for a commission; a broker
  156. brominen.A dark reddish-brown, non-metallic liquid element with a suffocating odor
  157. bronchitisn.Inflammation of the bronchial tubes
  158. bronchusn.Either of the two subdivisions of the trachea conveying air into the lungs
  159. broochn.An article of jewelry fastened by a hinged pin and hook on the underside
  160. brotherhoodn.Spiritual or social fellowship or solidarity
  161. browbeatv.To overwhelm, or attempt to do so, by stern, haughty, or rude address or manner
  162. brusqueadj.Somewhat rough or rude in manner or speech
  163. buffoonn.A clown
  164. buffooneryn.Low drollery, coarse jokes, etc
  165. bulbousadj.Of, or pertaining to, or like a bulb
  166. bullockn.An ox
  167. bulrushn.Any one of various tall rush-like plants growing in damp ground or water
  168. bulwarkn.Anything that gives security or defense
  169. bumpern.A cup or glass filled to the brim, especially one to be drunk as a toast or health
  170. bumptiousadj.Full of offensive and aggressive self-conceit
  171. bunglev.To execute clumsily
  172. buoyancyn.Power or tendency to float on or in a liquid or gas
  173. buoyantadj.Having the power or tendency to float or keep afloat
  174. bureaun.A chest of drawers for clothing, etc
  175. bureaucracyn.Government by departments of men transacting particular branches of public business
  176. burgessn.In colonial times, a member of the lower house of the legislature of Maryland or Virginia
  177. burghern.An inhabitant, citizen or freeman of a borough burgh, or corporate town
  178. burnishv.To make brilliant or shining
  179. bursarn.A treasurer
  180. bustlev.To hurry
  181. buttv.To strike with or as with the head, or horns
  182. butten.A conspicuous hill, low mountain, or natural turret, generally isolated
  183. buttressn.Any support or prop
  184. by-lawn.A rule or law adopted by an association, a corporation, or the like

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