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B  () is the second letter of the English alphabet. ...
B/tuli  (pl. ) of Baetulus ...
Ba  (v. i.) To kiss. ...
Baa  (v. i.) To cry baa, or bleat as a ...
Baa  (n.) The cry or bleating of a sheep; a ...
Baaing  (n.) The bleating of a sheep. ...
Baal  (n.) The supreme male divinity of the Phoenician and ...
Baal  (n.) The whole class of divinities to whom the ...
Baalim  (pl. ) of Baal ...
Baalism  (n.) Worship of Baal; idolatry. ...
Baalist  (n.) Alt. of Baalite ...
Baalite  (n.) A worshiper of Baal; a devotee of any ...
Baas  (pl. ) of Baa ...
Bab  (n.) Lit., gate; -- a title given to the ...
Baba  (n.) A kind of plum cake. ...
Babbitt  (v. t.) To line with Babbitt metal. ...
Babbitt metal  () A soft white alloy of variable composition (as ...
Babble  (v. i.) To utter words indistinctly or unintelligibly; to ...
Babble  (v. i.) To talk incoherently; to utter unmeaning words. ...
Babble  (v. i.) To talk much; to chatter; to prate. ...
Babble  (v. i.) To make a continuous murmuring noise, as ...
Babble  (v. i.) To utter in an indistinct or incoherent ...
Babble  (v. i.) To disclose by too free talk, as ...
Babble  (n.) Idle talk; senseless prattle; gabble; twaddle. ...
Babble  (n.) Inarticulate speech; constant or confused murmur. ...
Babbled  (imp. & p. p.) of Babble ...
Babblement  (n.) Babble. ...
Babbler  (n.) An idle talker; an irrational prater; a teller ...
Babbler  (n.) A hound too noisy on finding a good ...
Babbler  (n.) A name given to any one of family ...
Babblery  (n.) Babble. ...
Babbling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Babble ...
Babe  (n.) An infant; a young child of either sex; ...
Babe  (n.) A doll for children. ...
Babehood  (n.) Babyhood. ...
Babel  (n.) The city and tower in the land of ...
Babel  (n.) Hence: A place or scene of noise and ...
Babery  (n.) Finery of a kind to please a child. ...
babesia  ...
babesiosis  ...
Babian  (n.) Alt. of Babion ...
Babied  (imp. & p. p.) of Baby ...
Babies  (pl. ) of Baby ...
Babiism  (n.) The doctrine of a modern religious pantheistical sect ...
Babillard  (n.) The lesser whitethroat of Europe; -- called also ...
Babingtonite  (n.) A mineral occurring in triclinic crystals approaching pyroxene ...
Babinskis  ...
Babion  (n.) A baboon. ...
Babiroussa  (n.) Alt. of Babirussa ...
Babirussa  (n.) A large hoglike quadruped (Sus, / Porcus, babirussa) ...
Babish  (a.) Like a babe; a childish; babyish. ...
Babism  (n.) The doctrine of a modern religious sect, which ...
Babism  (n.) Alt. of Babiism ...
Babist  (n.) A believer in Babism. ...
Bablah  (n.) The ring of the fruit of several East ...
Baboo  (n.) Alt. of Babu ...
Babool  (n.) Any one of several species of Acacia, esp. ...
Baboon  (n.) One of the Old World Quadrumana, of the ...
Baboonery  (n.) Baboonish behavior. ...
Baboonish  (a.) Like a baboon. ...
Babu  (n.) A Hindoo gentleman; a native clerk who writes ...
Babul  (n.) Alt. of Babool ...
Baby  (n.) An infant or young child of either sex; ...
Baby  (n.) A small image of an infant; a doll. ...
Baby  (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, an infant; young or ...
Baby  (v. i.) To treat like a young child; to ...
Baby farm  () A place where the nourishment and care of ...
Baby farmer  () One who keeps a baby farm. ...
Baby farming  () The business of keeping a baby farm. ...
Baby jumper  () A hoop suspended by an elastic strap, in ...
Babyhood  (n.) The state or period of infancy. ...
Babyhouse  (a.) A place for children's dolls and dolls' furniture. ...
Babying  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Baby ...
Babyish  (a.) Like a baby; childish; puerile; simple. ...
Babyism  (n.) The state of being a baby. ...
Babyism  (n.) A babyish manner of acting or speaking. ...
Babylonian  (a.) Of or pertaining to the real or to ...
Babylonian  (n.) An inhabitant of Babylonia (which included Chaldea); ...
Babylonian  (n.) An astrologer; -- so called because the Chaldeans ...
Babylonic  (a.) Alt. of Babylonical ...
Babylonical  (a.) Pertaining to Babylon, or made there; as, Babylonic ...
Babylonical  (a.) Tumultuous; disorderly. ...
Babylonish  (n.) Of or pertaining to, or made in, Babylon ...
Babylonish  (n.) Pertaining to the Babylon of Revelation xiv. 8. ...
Babylonish  (n.) Pertaining to Rome and papal power. ...
Babylonish  (n.) Confused; Babel-like. ...
Babyroussa  (n.) Alt. of Babyrussa ...
Babyrussa  (n.) See Babyroussa. ...
Babyship  (n.) The quality of being a baby; the personality ...
Bac  (n.) A broad, flatbottomed ferryboat, usually worked by a ...
Bac  (n.) A vat or cistern. See 1st Back. ...
bacampicillin  ...
Baccalaureate  (n.) The degree of bachelor of arts. (B.A. or ...
Baccalaureate  (n.) A baccalaureate sermon. ...
Baccalaureate  (a.) Pertaining to a bachelor of arts. ...
Baccara  (n.) Alt. of Baccarat ...
Baccarat  (n.) A French game of cards, played by a ...
Baccare  (interj.) Alt. of Backare ...
Baccate  (a.) Pulpy throughout, like a berry; -- said of ...
Baccated  (a.) Having many berries. ...
Baccated  (a.) Set or adorned with pearls. ...
Bacchanal  (a.) Relating to Bacchus or his festival. ...
Bacchanal  (a.) Engaged in drunken revels; drunken and riotous or ...
Bacchanal  (n.) A devotee of Bacchus; one who indulges in ...
Bacchanal  (n.) The festival of Bacchus; the bacchanalia. ...
Bacchanal  (n.) Drunken revelry; an orgy. ...
Bacchanal  (n.) A song or dance in honor of Bacchus. ...
Bacchanalia  (n. pl.) A feast or an orgy in honor ...
Bacchanalia  (n. pl.) Hence: A drunken feast; drunken reveler. ...
Bacchanalian  (a.) Of or pertaining to the festival of Bacchus; ...
Bacchanalian  (n.) A bacchanal; a drunken reveler. ...
Bacchanalianism  (n.) The practice of bacchanalians; bacchanals; drunken revelry. ...
Bacchant  (n.) A priest of Bacchus. ...
Bacchant  (n.) A bacchanal; a reveler. ...
Bacchant  (a.) Bacchanalian; fond of drunken revelry; wine-loving; reveling; carousing. ...
Bacchante  (n.) A priestess of Bacchus. ...
Bacchante  (n.) A female bacchanal. ...
Bacchantes  (pl. ) of Bacchant ...
Bacchantes  (pl. ) of Bacchante ...
Bacchantic  (a.) Bacchanalian. ...
Bacchants  (pl. ) of Bacchant ...
Bacchic  (a.) Alt. of Bacchical ...
Bacchical  (a.) Of or relating to Bacchus; hence, jovial, or ...
Bacchii  (pl. ) of Bacchius ...
Bacchius  (n.) A metrical foot composed of a short syllable ...
Bacchus  (n.) The god of wine, son of Jupiter and ...
Bacciferous  (a.) Producing berries. ...
Bacciform  (a.) Having the form of a berry. ...
Baccivorous  (a.) Eating, or subsisting on, berries; as, baccivorous birds. ...
Bace  (n., a., & v.) See Base. ...
Bacharach  (n.) Alt. of Backarack ...
Bachelor  (n.) A man of any age who has not ...
Bachelor  (n.) An unmarried woman. ...
Bachelor  (n.) A person who has taken the first or ...
Bachelor  (n.) A knight who had no standard of his ...
Bachelor  (n.) In the companies of London tradesmen, one not ...
Bachelor  (n.) A kind of bass, an edible fresh-water fish ...
Bachelordom  (n.) The state of bachelorhood; the whole body of ...
Bachelorhood  (n.) The state or condition of being a bachelor; ...
Bachelorism  (n.) Bachelorhood; also, a manner or peculiarity belonging to ...
Bachelors button  () A plant with flowers shaped like buttons; especially, ...
Bachelorship  (n.) The state of being a bachelor. ...
Bachelry  (n.) The body of young aspirants for knighthood. ...
Bacillar  (a.) Shaped like a rod or staff. ...
Bacillar  (a.) Pertaining to, or produced by, the organism bacillus; ...
Bacillariae  (n. pl.) See Diatom. ...
Bacillary  (a.) Of or pertaining to little rods; rod-shaped. ...
Bacillary  (a.) Of or pertaining to bacilli; produced by, or ...
bacillary  ...
Bacilli  (pl. ) of Bacillus ...
Bacilliform  (a.) Rod-shaped. ...
Bacillus  (n.) A variety of bacterium; a microscopic, rod-shaped vegetable ...
bacitracin  ...
Back  (n.) A large shallow vat; a cistern, tub, or ...
Back  (n.) A ferryboat. See Bac, 1. ...
Back  (n.) In human beings, the hinder part of the ...
Back  (n.) An extended upper part, as of a mountain ...
Back  (n.) The outward or upper part of a thing, ...
Back  (n.) The part opposed to the front; the hinder ...
Back  (n.) The part opposite to, or most remote from, ...
Back  (n.) The part of a cutting tool on the ...
Back  (n.) A support or resource in reserve. ...
Back  (n.) The keel and keelson of a ship. ...
Back  (n.) The upper part of a lode, or the ...
Back  (n.) A garment for the back; hence, clothing. ...
Back  (a.) Being at the back or in the rear; ...
Back  (a.) Being in arrear; overdue; as, back rent. ...
Back  (a.) Moving or operating backward; as, back action. ...
Back  (v. i.) To get upon the back of; to ...
Back  (v. i.) To place or seat upon the back. ...
Back  (v. i.) To drive or force backward; to cause ...
Back  (v. i.) To make a back for; to furnish ...
Back  (v. i.) To adjoin behind; to be at the ...
Back  (v. i.) To write upon the back of; as, ...
Back  (v. i.) To support; to maintain; to second or ...
Back  (v. i.) To bet on the success of; -- ...
Back  (v. i.) To move or go backward; as, the ...
Back  (v. i.) To change from one quarter to another ...
Back  (v. i.) To stand still behind another dog which ...
Back  (adv.) In, to, or toward, the rear; as, to ...
Back  (adv.) To the place from which one came; to ...
Back  (adv.) To a former state, condition, or station; as, ...
Back  (adv.) (Of time) In times past; ago. ...
Back  (adv.) Away from contact; by reverse movement. ...
Back  (adv.) In concealment or reserve; in one's own possession; ...
Back  (adv.) In a state of restraint or hindrance. ...
Back  (adv.) In return, repayment, or requital. ...
Back  (adv.) In withdrawal from a statement, promise, or undertaking; ...
Back  (adv.) In arrear; as, to be back in one's ...
Back door  () A door in the back part of a ...
Back fire  () A fire started ahead of a forest or ...
Back fire  () A premature explosion in the cylinder of a ...
Back stairs  () Stairs in the back part of a house, ...
Back-fire  (v. i.) To have or experience a back fire ...
Back-fire  (v. i.) Of a Bunsen or similar air-fed burner, ...
Backarack  (n.) A kind of wine made at Bacharach on ...
Backarack  (n.) See Bacharach. ...
Backare  (interj.) Stand back! give place! -- a cant word ...
Backare  (interj.) Same as Baccare. ...
Backband  (n.) The band which passes over the back of ...
Backbite  (v. i.) To wound by clandestine detraction; to censure ...
Backbite  (v. i.) To censure or revile the absent. ...
Backbiter  (n.) One who backbites; a secret calumniator or detractor. ...
Backbiting  (n.) Secret slander; detraction. ...
Backboard  (n.) A board which supports the back wen one ...
Backboard  (n.) A board serving as the back part of ...
Backboard  (n.) A thin stuff used for the backs of ...
Backboard  (n.) A board attached to the rim of a ...
Backboard  (n.) A board worn across the back to give ...
Backbond  (n.) An instrument which, in conjunction with another making ...
Backbone  (n.) The column of bones in the back which ...
Backbone  (n.) Anything like , or serving the purpose of, ...
Backbone  (n.) Firmness; moral principle; steadfastness. ...
Backboned  (a.) Vertebrate. ...
Backcast  (n.) Anything which brings misfortune upon one, or causes ...
Backdoor  (a.) Acting from behind and in concealment; as, backdoor ...
Backdown  (n.) A receding or giving up; a complete ...
Backed  (imp. & p. p.) of Back ...
Backed  (a.) Having a back; fitted with a back; as, ...
Backer  (n.) One who, or that which, backs; especially one ...
Backfall  (n.) A fall or throw on the back in ...
Backfriend  (n.) A secret enemy. ...
Backgammon  (n.) A game of chance and skill, played by ...
Backgammon  (v. i.) In the game of backgammon, to beat ...
Background  (n.) Ground in the rear or behind, or in ...
Background  (n.) The space which is behind and subordinate to ...
Background  (n.) Anything behind, serving as a foil; as, the ...
Background  (n.) A place in obscurity or retirement, or out ...
Backhand  (n.) A kind of handwriting in which the downward ...
Backhand  (a.) Sloping from left to right; -- said of ...
Backhand  (a.) Backhanded; indirect; oblique. ...
Backhanded  (a.) With the hand turned backward; as, a backhanded ...
Backhanded  (a.) Indirect; awkward; insincere; sarcastic; as, a backhanded compliment. ...
Backhanded  (a.) Turned back, or inclining to the left; as, ...
Backhandedness  (n.) State of being backhanded; the using ...
Backhander  (n.) A backhanded blow. ...
Backheel  (n.) A method of tripping by getting the leg ...
Backheel  (v. t. ) To trip (a person) in this ...
Backhouse  (n.) A building behind the main building. Specifically: A ...
Backing  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Back ...
Backing  (n.) The act of moving backward, or of putting ...
Backing  (n.) That which is behind, and forms the back ...
Backing  (n.) Support or aid given to a person or ...
Backing  (n.) The preparation of the back of a book ...
Backjoint  (n.) A rebate or chase in masonry left to ...
Backlash  (n.) The distance through which one part of connected ...
Backless  (a.) Without a back. ...
Backlog  (n.) A large stick of wood, forming the back ...
Backpiece  (n.) Alt. of Backplate ...
Backplate  (n.) A piece, or plate which forms the back ...
Backrack  (n.) Alt. of Backrag ...
Backrag  (n.) See Bacharach. ...
Backs  (n. pl.) Among leather dealers, the thickest and ...
Backsaw  (n.) A saw (as a tenon saw) whose blade ...
Backset  (n.) A check; a relapse; a discouragement; a setback. ...
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