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- To obtain (something) in exchange for money or goods
- To obtain by some sacrifice.
- To bribe.
- To be equivalent to in value.
- to accept as true; to believe
- To make a purchase or purchases, to treat (for a meal)
- To make a bluff, usually a large one.
- Something which is bought; a purchase.
- Barking or baying of dogs at their prey.
- name, also used as a formal given name.
- from place names in England. Variant spelling: Albee.
- name, anglicization of Irish Ailbhe, name of an Irish saint also anglicized as Albert.
- name used in Ireland, derived from Ailbhe, name of heroines in Irish legend.
- An ambidextrous person.
- A group of animals, in particular quail.
- A large group or collection.
- A group of women or girls; chiefly said of schoolgirls.
- A tough, a thug.
- Box-like or box-shaped.
- name transferred from the surname.
- Formless hindrances personified as an enemy
- A float moored in water to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel.
- A life-buoy.
- To keep afloat or aloft; used with up.
- To support or maintain at a high level.
- To mark with a buoy.
- To maintain or enhance enthusiasm or confidence
- Crowded with business or activities; having a great deal going on.
- Engaged in activity or by someone else.
- Having a lot going on; complicated or intricate.
- Officious; meddling.
- To make somebody busy, to keep busy with, to occupy, to make occupied.
- To rush somebody.
- A police officer.
- A barn, especially one used for keeping cattle in.
- Alternative form of birle.
- To change tack with the wind crossing behind the boat. (Mostly used of boats and other small sailing craft — the corresponding manoeuver in a sailing ship is to wear.)
- To shift a fore-and-aft sail suddenly and forcefully from one side to the other, while sailing before the wind. (also jibe.)
- To sneer (see gibe.)
- gybe at: to hesitate, vacillate, or balk when faced with a proposal, plan, or course of action. (Obsolete)
- The act of gybing.
- A sudden shift of a sail's angle, or a sudden change in the direction that a boat is sailing.
- A sudden change in direction or approach; vacillation.
- A sneer. (see gibe.)
- Affected with kibes.
- To do as ordered by (a person, institution etc), to act according to the bidding of.
- To do as one is told.
- To be obedient, compliant (to a given law, restriction etc.).
- having characteristics of an orb
- The fifth month of the later ancient Egyptian civil calendar and Coptic calendar, corresponding to the first month of the season of Peret. Since 25 BCE, when the calendar was reformed to include leap-days, Tybi has been in roughly January.
- ABC; alphabet.
- Absey book; abecedary.
- An alphabetical acrostic list.
- Hell; the infernal pit; the great deep; the primal chaos.
- An abyss; a gulf, a chasm, a very deep hole.
- Scotland, especially the Highlands.
- A bookcase; a library or archive.
- A storehouse. (Especially a niche or recess in a wall used for storage.)
- A pantry, or place to store food.
- A cupboard or storage area in a church to hold books, communion vessels, vestments, etc.; an armarium.
- Ill, unwell.
- In a bad manner.
- Very much; to a great degree.
- An obsolete wooden golf club with high loft.
- The 4-wood or 5-wood
- Of clothing, very loose-fitting, so as to hang away from the body.
- Of or relating to a British music genre of the 1980s and 1990s, influenced by Madchester and psychedelia and associated with baggy clothing.
- A small plastic bag, as for sandwiches.
- Refusing to proceed or cooperate.
- bloody; used as a mild intensifier.
- Producing balm.
- Soothing or fragrant.
- Mild and pleasant.
- Foolish; slightly crazy or mad; eccentric.
- To give and receive reciprocally; to exchange.
- To use or pass about casually.
- To throw or strike reciprocally, like balls in sports.
- To fight (with or against someone).
- Bowlegged, or bending outward at the knees; as in bandy legged.
- A winter sport played on ice, from which ice hockey developed.
- A club bent at the lower part for striking a ball at play; a hockey stick.
- A carriage or cart used in India, especially one drawn by bullocks.
- A type of yoke carried on the shoulders, as a means for people to carry a load.
- Characterized by banging sounds.
- bantam (small, but aggressive)
- Resembling vomit in colour, texture, etc.
- Inclined to vomit; sick.
- Vile; contemptible.
- Having bark.
- Prone to bark, to make the sound of a dog.
- Sounding like the bark of a dog.
- containing barm, i.e. froth from fermented yeast
- odd, strange.
- An argument, a disagreement.
- Symbol Ba. A unit of pressure under the CGS system. 1 Ba = 0.1 Pa = 0.1 N/m2 = 1x10-6 bar
- Describing the reproduction of sound that overemphasizes low-frequency sounds
- Soiled, dirty.
- Obscene; filthy; unchaste.
- Sexual in nature and usually meant to be humorous but considered rude.
- Having a bay or bays.
- A slow-moving, often stagnant creek or river.
- A swamp, a marshy (stagnant) body of water.
- Resembling beads; small, round, and gleaming.
- Bright and penetrating.
- Covered or ornamented with, or as if with, beads.
- Characterized by beads.
- Beaked: having a beak.
- Beak-like: resembling a beak.
- Having a nose which resembles a beak.
- (of a gesture) Made using a beak; (of a sound) produced through a beak.
- Resembling a beam in size and weight; massy.
- Having horns or antlers.
- Having much beam or breadth; wide.
- Showing or emitting rays of light; beaming; radiant; shining.
- Radiant; beamsome; joyous; gladsome.
- Resembling or characteristic of beans.
- To bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround.
- A placeholder name used to refer to a (usually white) woman held in contempt by the speaker.
- To cry about; cry over; lament; bemourn.
- To accuse.
- To bewitch.
- Similar to, or tasting like beef.
- Containing beef.
- Strong or muscular.
- Sturdy; robust.
- The abdomen, especially a fat one.
- The stomach.
- The womb.
- The lower fuselage of an airplane.
- The part of anything which resembles the human belly in protuberance or in cavity; the innermost part.
- The hollow part of a curved or bent timber, the convex part of which is the back.
- To position one’s belly; to move on one’s belly.
- To swell and become protuberant; to bulge or billow.
- To cause to swell out; to fill.
- Having the ability to be bent easily.
- Of a person, flexible; having the ability to bend easily.
- Containing many bends and twists.
- Of a vehicle, articulated.
- Divided into diagonal bands of colour
- A field divided diagonally into several bends, varying in metal and colour.
- A diminutive of the male given name Benjamin.
- Abounding in bents, or the stalks of coarse, stiff, withered grass.
- Resembling bent.
- To make foul; befoul; soil.
- To send spies to; beset with espionage.
- name; today more often spelled Bessie.
- A diminutive form of the female given name Elizabeth.
- Alcoholic beverage.
- To drink alcohol.
- Something large in size in comparison to similar things.
- Something impressive in comparison to similar things.
- Big deal, usually in used in the negative.
- Habitable, liveable; hence delightful, pleasant, pleasing.
- Strongly, with great force.
- In a blustering or boastful manner; haughtily, pompously.
- Containing, or resembling, bilge.
- A large barbel ( found in the Nile.
- Resembling or characteristic of a bird.
- Excited due to having encountered a bird or its scent.
- bristling, bristly (of an animal such as a wolf or a bear).
- Containing bits; fragmented.
- Very small.
- A small tent or shelter.
- To erect, or to stay in such a tent or shelter
- Consisting of blades.
- Windy or breezy.
- (of fabric, hair, etc.) Billowy, blowing or waving in the wind.
- (of soil) Susceptible to drifting.
- A thin membrane or small piece of skin.
- a town and river in Northumberland, England,
- a village in Nottinghamshire, England.
- a river in Suffolk, England.
- The Devil.
- A ghost, goblin, or other hostile supernatural creature.
- A bugbear: any terrifying thing.
- One of two sets of wheels under a locomotive or railcar; the structure with axles and wheels under a locomotive, railcar, or semi.
- A bog-standard (representative) specimen taken from the center of production.
- A standard of performance set up as a mark to be aimed at in competition.
- An unidentified aircraft, especially as observed as a spot on a radar screen and suspected to be hostile.
- of: a known hostile aircraft.
- A score of one over par on a hole.
- a piece of mucus in or removed from the nostril.
- To make a bogey.
- Having the qualities of a bog; i.e. dank, squishy, muddy, and full of water and rotting vegetation.
- Bollinger champagne
- An edible fish of the Nile, the ( formerly
- A stupid person.
- Any of various large tropical seabirds from the genera Sula and Papasula in the gannet family Sulidae, traditionally considered to be stupid.
- In the game of croquet, a ball that has not passed through the first wicket.
- To behave stupidly; to act like a booby.
- To install a booby trap on or at (something); to attack (someone) with a booby trap.
- a woman’s breast
- A company of Irish herdsmen, or a single herdsman, wandering from place to place with flocks and herds, and living on their milk, like the Tartars.
- A place in the mountain pastures enclosed for the shelter of cattle or their keepers.
- Characterized by heavy bass sounds.
- Of or pertaining to a financial boom, resources boom, baby boom, etc.
- A form of prize which, when a ship was captured at sea, could be distributed at once.
- Plunder taken from an enemy in time of war, or seized by piracy.
- Something that has been stolen or illegally obtained from elsewhere.
- The buttocks.
- A person considered as sexual partner or sex object.
- Intoxicated by alcohol.
- Inclined to consume a significant amount of alcohol.
- Involving a large consumption of alcohol.
- Containing or cooked with alcohol.
- Any organic boron radical of the form R2B- especially when linked to a metal atom
- Having abundant bushes, shrubs or trees.
- Caused by trees or shrubs.
- Bushy, bristling.
- Tending to give orders to others, especially when unwarranted; domineering.
- A cow or calf.
- Ornamented with bosses; studded.
- A small cottage, especially one for communal use in remote areas by labourers or farmhands.
- A traditional Irish potato pancake.
- A rank of aristocracy (second only to princes) in Russia, Bulgaria and Romania.
- A small trench or ditch, typically built in a zigzag pattern, serving to connect or provide communication between two trenches, particularly the rear and front lines.
- A line, drawn winding about, in order to enclose several tracts of land, or to attack some works.
- A river in Ireland.
- Overgrown with bracken or brushwood
- An inflammatory disease of sheep.
- Meat from sheep that have died from this disease, or that have died from accident or disease in general.
- sick with braxy
- Of, pertaining to, resembling or containing brine; salty.
- The sea
- In the rural and farming circles, stout and strong; well-built; well fed with brose.
- Semi-liquid (like brose).
- Containing brose.
- name, a less common spelling of Brian.
- derived from Brian.
- A city in Ohio.
- A city in Texas
- name, a nonstandard spelling of Brian.
- A woman's breast.
- definition bub; bubba.
- Having one or more bulges; bulging
- Being large in size, mass, or volume.
- Having excess body mass, especially muscle.
- A person who is cruel to others, especially those who are weaker or have less power.
- A noisy, blustering fellow, more insolent than courageous; one who is threatening and quarrelsome; an insolent, tyrannical fellow.
- A hired thug.
- A prostitute’s minder; a pimp.
- Bully beef.
- A brisk, dashing fellow.
- The small scrum in the Eton College field game.
- A small freshwater fish.
- An (eldest) brother; a fellow workman; comrade
- A companion; mate.
- darling, sweetheart.
- To intimidate (someone) as a bully.
- To act aggressively towards.
- Very good; excellent.
- Jovial and blustering; dashing.
- rough; jumpy; causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements
- covered with or full of bumps
- Diminutive of Bundaberg, a coastal city of Queensland.
- Abbreviation of Bundaberg rum.
- A culvert or short covered drain connecting two ditches.
- A chine or gully formed by water running over the edge of a cliff; a wooded glen or small ravine opening through the cliff line to the sea.
- Any small drain or culvert.
- A brick arch or wooden bridge, covered with earth across a drawn or carriage in a water-meadow, just wide enough to allow a hay-wagon to pass over.
- A small pool of water.
- A swelling from a blow; a bump.
- A sudden enlargement or mass of ore, as opposed to a vein or lode.
- A rabbit, especially a juvenile.
- A bunny girl: a nightclub waitress who wears a costume having rabbit ears and tail.
- In basketball, an easy shot (i.e., one right next to the bucket) that is missed.
- Bunny chow; a snack of bread filled with curry.
- Easy or unchallenging.
- Resembling a bun
- a female pet name
- A bunya pine,
- A banyan, a member of a specific Hindu caste.
- Like a bush in having many widely spread branches.
- Growing thickly.
- (Racial slur) Derogatory word used to refer to Afro-textured Hair.
- Having large breasts.
- A sandwich, usually with a hot savoury filling in a breadcake. The most common are chips, bacon, sausage and egg.
- A miner who works under contract, receiving a fixed amount per ton of coal or ore.
- A workmate.
- A drudge; a cat's paw; someone who does the hard work; someone who is being taken advantage of by someone else.
- One of a pair of shoes or gloves.
- To work together; to keep company with.
- To cohabit; to reside with another as a couple.
- To act in concert with intent to defraud; to play unfairly.
- Resembling a heavy cart.
- Any of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, C4H9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom.
- A synthetic rubber made by the polymerization of isobutylene.
- Having a buzzing sound.
- Being the subject of cultural buzz.
- George Gordon (Noel) Byron, 6th Baron Byron (January 22, 1788–April 19, 1824), a famous English poet and leading figure in romanticism.
- name transferred from the surname, of mostly American usage.
- A in California.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A city in Illinois.
- an unincorporated community in Kankakee Township, LaPorte County, Indiana, USA
- an unincorporated community in Howard Township, Parke County, Indiana, USA
- A town in Maine.
- A village in Michigan.
- A city in Minnesota.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in New York.
- A town in Oklahoma.
- One of two towns in Wisconsin.
- A town in Wyoming.
- A cabdriver, someone who drives a taxi.
- stout; hearty; lively
- obstinate; headstrong
- name, transferred from the surname.
- One of two villages in England.
- A village in the Isle of Man.
- A city in Kansas, USA, and the county seat of Thomas County.
- A city and town in Wisconsin.
- A soft, moist, mild cheese made with a washed-curd process.
- A town in Northamptonshire, England.
- A village in Missouri, US.
- A small, confined space.
- name. A 20th century spelling variant of Sybil.
- Smeary; viscous; glutinous; adhesive.
- Any of a number of places in England, Canada, and Australia.
- name transferred from the surname.
- Ebeye, Kwajalein atoll
- To bathe; to steep.
- To shut in, enclose, shelter or trap, such as ships in a bay.
- Uncommon; out of the ordinary; extraordinary; superior.
- Past; by; beyond.
- Uncommonly; exceptionally.
- Beyond; past; more than; greater than; over and above; moreover.
- Past; gone by; over.
- Near; beside; by, close to.
- On one side; out of the way.
- Besides; in addition to; as well as; not to mention.
- With the exception of; not taking into account.
- short and stout; low and wide
- A city/town in North Dakota.
- Relating to the glebe; turfy; cloddy; fertile; fruitful.
- Of or pertaining to herbs
- Full of hubs or protuberances.
- pertaining to the direction towards the coal face.
- When above ground, pertaining to the direction towards the house.
- An English placename.
- A in Arkansas
- an unincorporated community in Van Buren Township, Monroe County, Indiana, USA
- A village in Ohio
- A hamlet in Ontario, Canada
- A city in Texas
- A town in Vermont
- A town in Wyoming
- originally for a person from Kirby.
- name transferred from the surname.
- name transferred from the surname.
- Resembling or characteristic of a lamb or the meat of a lamb.
- name and
- A city in Montana, USA
- country in North Africa.
- Africa; that is, the part of North Africa known in classical antiquity.
- Having many limbs, or branches.
- A beverage made from the bark of certain species in the genus or related plants and widely consumed in the Caribbean.
- A skiff used for fishing.
- Overly inquiring; nosey.
- The name of several places in northern England and elsewhere (meaning new settlement).
- for someone from one of these places.
- Knobbly; covered with small knobs.
- Nub-like, resembling a small bump or protrusion; stubby.
- Like pobs; pulpy, swollen.
- To buy again, especially to buy something previously sold (or pawned)
- A type of poker tournament that allows players to purchase more chips during the course of the tournament.
- Pertaining to or having ribs; ribbed.
- Specifically, thin so as to have prominent ribs; emaciated.
- Shabby, in poor condition.
- a city in Idaho, USA
- A diminutive of the male given name Robert.
- A diminutive of the female given name Roberta.
- a town in North Yorkshire, England, formerly in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
- a small city in South Dakota, USA
- Very sad; inclined to sob
- Dripping wet
- Prophetess; hag.
- name, Sibyl
- stout, rotund
- Resembling a tub; sounding dull and without resonance or freedom of sound.
- An overweight person.
- To free from the restraint of anything that surrounds or encloses.
- To divest of the traits of a boy.
- consisting of, resembling, or having webs or a web.
- A freshwater Australian crayfish of the genus especially
- A type of ghost shrimp of the infraorder .
- To search for yabbies.
- An Afghan pony used as a beast of burden.
- a species of holly native to southern South America; or the dried leaves and twigs of this plant, used to make the caffeine-rich beverage mate.
- The dignity, estate, term, or jurisdiction of an abbot or abbess.
- A ancient city in Egypt with archaeological interest.
- A city in Asia Minor at the Hellespont.
- Scotland north of the River Forth.
- A prominent duchy bestowed upon younger sons of the royal family, belonging first to the Scottish peerage and then (after the 1707 Act of Union) to the British. It is currently suspended.
- The capital city of the state of New York in the United States of America.
- A major river of Ontario in Canada.
- A Hudson's Bay Company trading post in Ontario and the community that remains at its site.
- A sizable city in Georgia in the United States (76,939 during the 2000 census).
- A former district in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
- Any of numerous minor American communities and towns:
- A home-rule class city in Kentucky
- A city in Oregon
- A city in Western Australia.
- A suburb of Auckland, New Zealand.
- A valuable East Indian fiber plant (Hibiscus cannabinus), or its fiber, used throughout India for making ropes, cordage, and a coarse canvas and sackcloth.
- Like or resembling amber.
- A wen or spongy wart on the legs or flanks of a horse.
- An English patronymic surname.
- name from the same source, or transferred from the surname.
- name of American usage since the 1970s.
- Resembling babbles.
- Finery of a kind to please a child.
- Resembling bacon, especially in flavor
- A meteorite or similar-looking rough stone thought to be of divine origin and worshipped as sacred.
- an area in north-west Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.
- a village in Hordley parish, Shropshire
- a hamlet in parish, district, Somerset, England
- a village in the City of borough, West Yorkshire, England
- a small city in Iowa, USA.
- a small city in Minnesota, USA
- a village in Wisconsin, USA.
- a town in Wisconsin.
- A shop in which bread (and often other baked goods such as cakes) is baked and/or sold.
- The trade of a baker.
- The actual goods produced in a bakery such as doughnuts, long johns, bismarcks, sugar and glazed twisters, cinnamon rolls, eclairs, etc.
- Tough and courageous; having balls.
- A young man who works in a bar, serving alcohol etc.
- By a small margin.
- Almost not at all.
- The domain of a baron or baroness, usually as part of a larger kingdom or empire.
- of, an English administrative division originally reckoned as comprising 100 hides and in various numbers composing counties.
- Any large manor or estate, regardless of its owner's rank.
- The baronage: the body of barons in a realm.
- Baronship, the rank or position of a baron.
- The legal tenure of a baron's land; military tenure.
- A passage into a field or yard, closed by bars that can be lifted out of the posts.
- Any of several compounds of barium, especially barium sulphate and barium hydroxide.
- To make more basic (less acidic)
- A boy employed to watch over the bats, and assist the players in retrieving them during play.
- The practice of procuring women for the gratification of lust.
- Illicit intercourse; fornication.
- Obscenity; filthy, unchaste language.
- A small fishing boat, equipped with sails, used mainly in the estuary of the Thames, England.
- a city in Georgia, USA
- Action of the verb to bay; howling.
- An instance of baying; a howl.
- One of the earliest European settlers of the eventual colony of British Honduras, modern-day Belize.
- A sickbay nurse.
- Manly, masculine.
- A bearded person or animal:
- A bearded person; used to identify members of a group or class who can be identified by the wearing of beards.
- A bearded dragon.
- A bearded collie.
- Any of several kinds of fish; a loach.
- The property, quality or state of being "that which pleases merely by being perceived" (Aquinas); that which is attractive, pleasing, fine or good looking; comeliness.
- Someone who is beautiful.
- Something that is particularly good or pleasing.
- An excellent or egregious example of something.
- The excellence, e.g. the genius
- A beauty quark (now called bottom quark).
- Beauty treatment; cosmetology.
- Prevailing style or taste; rage; fashion.
- Of high quality, well done.
- To make busy; occupy.
- An instrument for tightening the parts of a bedstead.
- A movable tower used in sieges.
- A shed.
- An alarm-tower; a watchtower containing an alarm-bell.
- A tower or steeple specifically for containing bells, especially as part of a church.
- A part of a large tower or steeple, specifically for containing bells.
- The univalent radical C6H5-CH2- related to toluene and benzoic acid
- A mountain range in northeast Wales.
- To secure or steady; cause to come to a fixed position or state; bring to a halt or stop.
- Any plant of the genus Stachys.
- an herb used in traditional European medicine.
- Any plant of the genus Pedicularis (louseworts).
- To deliver into the hands of an enemy by treachery or fraud, in violation of trust; to give up treacherously or faithlessly
- To prove faithless or treacherous to, as to a trust or one who trusts; to be false to; to deceive
- To violate the confidence of, by disclosing a secret, or that which one is bound in honor not to make known.
- To disclose or discover, for example something which prudence would conceal; to reveal unintentionally
- To mislead; to expose to inconvenience not foreseen to lead into error or sin.
- To lead astray; to seduce (as under promise of marriage) and then abandon.
- To show or to indicate something not obvious at first, or would otherwise be concealed.
- To accuse; malign; speak evil of.
- To reveal, divulge, or make (something) known; disclose.
- To reveal or disclose and show the presence or true character of, especially if unintentionally or incidentally, or else if perfidiously, prejudicially, or to one's discredit.
- To expose or rat out (someone).
- To expose to harm.
- To expose (a deception).
- To soil or befoul; to beray.
- a suburban area in south-east London, England.
- a London Borough within Greater London.
- The territory under the jurisdiction of a bey.
- Further away than.
- On the far side of.
- Later than; after.
- Greater than; so as to exceed or surpass.
- In addition to.
- Past, or out of reach of.
- Farther along or away.
- In addition; more.
- extremely, more than
- The unknown.
- The hereafter.
- Something that is far beyond.
- Sheltered from the weather; affording shelter.
- The state of having two (legal or illegal) spouses simultaneously
- A second marriage
- Any fish in the taxonomic family , which have large eyes.
- Any of certain fish or shark species identified by their large eyes, in particular
- Being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions such as on or off, true or false, molten or frozen, presence or absence of a signal.
- Concerning logic whose subject matter concerns binary states.
- Concerning numbers and calculations using the binary number system.
- Having two equally important parts; related to something with two parts.
- Of an operation, function, procedure or logic gate, taking exactly two operands, arguments, parameters or inputs; having domain of dimension 2.
- Of data, consisting coded values (e.g. machine code) not interpretable as plain or ASCII text (e.g. source code).
- The bijective base-2 numeral system, which uses only the digits 0 and 1.
- An executable computer file.
- A star system consisting of only two stars.
- The removal and examination of a sample of tissue, cells, or bodily fluid from a living body for diagnostic purposes.
- To take a sample (a biopsy) for pathological examination.
- A province of Spain
- Spiteful or malevolent; catty; malicious; unpleasant.
- Tending to blab or gossip a lot.
- Affected by blasts; gusty.
- Causing blast or injury.
- Tired, having senses dulled by exhaustion.
- Having a bleating sound.
- Of or pertaining to blebs or bubbles
- A true blenny, any of various marine fishes from the suborder Blennioidei that are generally small and elongated which dwell on the sea floor, including scaled and scaleless forms and dramatically divergent appearance, in several families.
- A number of unrelated fish of similar appearance.
- (of eyes, people) blinking repeatedly, prone to blink.
- (of lights, shining objects) flickery, prone to flicker
- (of milk) Turned somewhat sour.
- in digital photography, a flashing pixel.
- Similar in shape to blobs; amorphous in appearance; partially irregular in appearance like bubbles.
- Resembling a block in shape.
- a shrub or small tree of southern Florida and the West Indies, with smooth oval leaves and a hard, ten-ribbed fruit.
- The rubiaceous shrub of the same region.
- Having or resembling a bloom (as on fruit).
- Characterised or ridden with blots or blemishes.
- Resembling or characteristic of a blouse; loose, flowing.
- Having a reddish, coarse complexion, especially with a pudgy face.
- Slovenly or unkempt, in the manner of a beggar or slattern.
- Unrefined, countrified.
- In a blue manner; bluishly.
- Characteristic of, or similar to, the blues (a genre of music).
- Having bluffs, or bold steep banks.
- Inclined to be brusque.
- Euphemistic for bloody.
- Euphemistic for bloody.
- Not clear, crisp, or focused; having fuzzy edges.
- Not clear, not with well-defined boundaries.
- Suffused with blushes or blushlike hues.
- Embarrassed, blushing; feeling as though one might blush.
- The fly at the end of the leader.
- A bowl or vessel made from a gourd.
- In a bold manner; with confidence.
- Mumbai, the state capital of Maharashtra, India.
- A domestic cat of a medium-sized shorthair breed meant to resemble a Black Panther, developed in Kentucky during the 1950s.
- To convert into, or make, good.
- Pertaining to books.
- Inclined to read books; literate.
- Full of sheltered recesses or hollows.
- Having a large bosom.
- The scientific study of plants, a branch of biology. Typically those disciplines that involve the whole plant.
- The plant life of a geographical area.
- The properties and life phenomena exhibited by a plant, plant type, or plant group.
- A botanical treatise or study, especially of a particular system of botany or that of a particular place.
- Full of botches or mistakes; poorly done.
- Easily bounced.
- Lively, exuberant, energetic.
- Something given liberally.
- A reward for some specific act, especially one given by a government or authority.
- Formerly, money paid to volunteers for serving in the British navy in time of war.
- Like a stereotypical boy in appearance or demeanor.
- The nature of a boy; childishness.
- a rare spelling variant of Bradley.
- Very intellectually capable.
- brash, stormy
- brittle, crumbly
- Resembling brass.
- Impudent; impudently bold.
- Same as brassie
- a fish found in southeast Asia.
- Characteristic of a brat; unruly and impolite.
- Characterized by brawn; muscular, thewy; strong.
- Calloused; hardened.
- A hand printing tool, in the US often a roller, used to spread a thin even layer of ink. Early brayers, consisting of a vertical cylinder with a single handle, were designed to break up thick inks before spreading.
- One who brays, or makes the sound of a donkey.
- Apt or ready to breed, produce; breeding readily; prolific
- With a breeze blowing, with a lively wind, pleasantly windy.
- With a cheerful, casual, lively and light-hearted manner.
- Like a briar; thorny.
- Covered with brick.
- Similar to brick in texture, colour, shape, etc.
- A bricklayer.
- A place where briars grow.
- A stone thrown as a missile.1978, Sidney John Baker, The Australian Language, page 285 — One of the cheapest of all juvenile games is stone-throwing. Depending on local preferences, a stone is a goalie, quailer, gibber, yonnie, ronnie, brick, brinny, cundy or boondie.
- Somewhat brisk; lively; energetic.Oxford English Dictionary, second edition (1989)
- A britchka, a type of horse-drawn carriage.
- Approximately bronze colored.
- (Poultry) A female bird which is in the condition to incubate eggs; a broody hen, duck, etc.
- (Of birds) sitting persistently and protectively on a nest, in order to hatch eggs (eg, 'a broody hen').
- (Of any creature or person) acting interested in raising young.
- Covered in the shrub broom.
- Of or pertaining to a broom; bushy.
- Resembling broth.
- Somewhat brown; having a brownish tinge.
- A wild or feral horse.
- Having a similar texture to a fox’s tail; brushlike, bushy.
- Of the countryside: having thick vegetation, taller than grass but shorter than trees; having abundant brush; shrubby.
- derived from Brian.
- name transferred from the surname.
- name transferred from the surname.
- Full of bubbles.
- Cheerful, lively.
- Having the characteristics of bubbles.
- Having the characteristics of economic bubbles.
- Candied coconut meat.
- Having, or growing in bunches.
- An English surname; a nickname for someone with a hump or lump.
- John Bunyan, English preacher and writer.
- A mythical Australian monster, said to inhabit swamps and lagoons.
- An imposter or con-man.
- Occurring in abrupt bursts, especially of information
- From, of, or pertaining to, Buryatia
- Someone from Buryatia.
- A Mongolic language spoken around Buryatia.
- Assistant waiter; one who clears plates from and cleans tables; one who buses
- in a busy manner, actively
- A right of way, roadway, or lane for the exclusive use of buses, possibly only during peak traffic hours.
- The ether radical derived from butanol
- Either of two isomeric acetylenes containing four carbon atoms and a triple bond
- The act of making a purchase.
- A daughter of Miletus who fell in love with Caunus, her twin brother.
- port city in Lebanon
- Having been or happened in the distant past.
- An event that happened in the past.
- traditional East Slavic oral epic narrative poem
- A line at the head of a newspaper or magazine article carrying the writer's name.
- A touchline.
- To provide (an article) with a byline.
- a road that passes around something, such as a residential area
- a circumvention
- a section of pipe that conducts a fluid around some other fixture
- an electrical shunt
- an alternative passage created to divert a bodily fluid around a damaged organ; the surgical procedure to construct such a bypass
- to avoid an obstacle etc, by constructing or using a bypass
- to ignore the usual channels or procedures
- the local customs and laws of a settlement or district
- A short chain mail shirt, covering from the upper arms to the upper thighs.
- A road less frequented than a highway; a byway.
- Of or pertaining to the byssi, filaments secreted by certain bivalves
- An exceptionally fine and valuable fibre or cloth of ancient times. Originally used for fine flax and linens, its use was later extended to fine cottons, silks, and sea silk.
- The long fine silky filaments excreted by several mollusks (particularly by which they attach themselves to the sea bed, and from which sea silk is manufactured.
- The stipe or stem of some fungi which are particularly thin and thread-like.
- incidental conversation, chit-chat; small talk
- a secluded or private walk
- A proverb or proverbial expression, common saying; a frequently used word or phrase.
- A characteristic word or expression; a word or phrase associated with a person or group.
- Someone or something that stands as an example (i.e. metonymically) for something else, by having some of that something's characteristic traits.
- An object of notoriety or contempt, scorn or derision.
- A nickname or epithet.
- Work done in addition to one's normal duties; subordinate or secondary business; work done on the side.
- A coin made of gold or silver, minted at Byzantium and used in currency throughout mediaeval Europe.
- A large, globular glass bottle, especially one of green glass, encased in basketwork or in a box and used to hold corrosive liquids.
- To bottle in a carboy.
- Of a person, slightly overweight, somewhat fat and hence soft.
- Of a body part, containing a moderate amount of fat.
- A chubby, plump person
- An overweight or obese gay man.
- A penile erection, especially when short and with a large circumference; a boner.
- Resembling or suggestive of a social club or clubhouse: congenial and exclusive.
- Fond of frequenting nightclubs.
- Having a consistency similar to cobbles.
- a cluster of flowers with a flat or convex top
- visibly irritated or annoyed; grouchy, irritable, in a foul mood; given to complaining or finding fault in an annoyed way.
- crabbed; difficult, or perplexing.
- A town near Liverpool, England.
- Crumbly; inclined to break into crumbs.
- A mother goddess of the ancient peoples of Asia Minor.
- Short for a main belt asteroid.
- name. A 20th century variant of Sybil or Sibyl.
- A concave plate of brass or bronze that produces a sharp, ringing sound when struck: played either in pairs, by striking them together, or singly by striking with a drumstick or the like.
- In a double manner; twice the severity or degree.
- In two ways
- with duplicity
- pale, lacking color.
- muddy; dark; turbid
- A malicious possessing spirit, believed to be the dislocated soul of a dead person.
- To represent in a physical form; to incarnate or personify
- To include or represent, especially as part of a cohesive whole
- To employ; keep busy.
- A straight bar, usually of metal, with a hole or "eye" at each end to allow it to be fixed to other components.
- In a feeble manner.
- Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; lacking firmness; flaccid.
- Having a slight lack of acidity; having mild sweetness.
- Which forms a surjection from the domain to every open subset of the codomain.
- An aircraft pilot, especially of a military combat aircraft.
- a coastal town within Sefton borough, Merseyside, England. Formerly in Lancashire.
- A snack consisting of a baguette filled with french fries, sauce, and other ingredients.
- Characterised by globs or lumps.
- Tending to grab, especially rudely or greedily.
- Dirty, unwashed, unclean.
- Having grubs in it.
- Any species of Cottus; a sculpin.
- A chest insulated with a layer of hay, formerly used to keep food hot.
- Near this place; nearby.
- By this means, action or process.
- uneven, rugged
- hobbling, walking with a hobble (unbalanced tread).
- In a humble manner.
- Offspring resulting from cross-breeding different entities, e.g. two different species or two purebred parent strains.
- Something of mixed origin or composition; often, a tool or technology that combines the benefits of formerly separate tools or technologies.
- A word whose elements are derived from different languages.
- A hybrid vehicle (especially a car), one that runs on both fuel (gasoline/diesel) and electricity (battery or energy from the sun).
- A bicycle that is a compromise between a road bike and a mountain bike.
- A golf club that combines the characteristics of an iron and a wood.
- An electronic circuit constructed of individual devices bonded to a substrate or PCB.
- Consisting of diverse 'hybridized' components.
- An Ancient Greek name, particularly borne by a 6th-century Ancient Greek lyric poet from Rhegium in Italy.
- jumbled; haphazardly arranged
- Resembling a knob.
- Having many knobs or knob-like projections.
- pleasantly small
- A double-headed axe in Minoan mythology.
- Of, from, or pertaining to Libya.
- A person from Libya or of Libyan descent.
- The Libyan language, short for Libyan Arabic.
- A low chest of drawers.
- A type of semi-trailer with two drops in deck height: one right after the gooseneck and one right before the wheels.
- Characteristic of marble
- A village in Monroe County, Michigan State.
- Prone to mumbling.
- adjacent, near, very close
- next to, close to
- Edged in a deeply wavy line, intended to represent clouds.
- Not any person; the logical negation of somebody.
- Someone who is not important or well-known.
- In a numb manner; without feeling.
- Half of a byte, i.e. four bits
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