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babble
to talk quickly or incoherently
backing
the open expression of approval or support
baffle
to confuse or stupefy
banish
to drive out or force to leave
banner
a large piece of cloth bearing a message or national symbol
bargain
a sale or purchase at an advantageous price
barge
a long, flat-bottomed boat used to transport grains
barge (in)
to enter unannounced
barrier
something that inhibits or prevents progress or movement; hindrance, stumbling block, obstacle
bashful
shy or self-conscious
battle
a fight between two opposing armies; combat
beckon
to call forward
belittle
to cause to feel interior
bequest
the action of leaving money or specific property to another person upon an individual's death
beseech
to beg; to implore, to entreat; p.p. besought
beset
to cause trouble or difficulties
beverage
any alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink
biased
relating to prejudice caused by an unfair or irrational belief or preference
bigoted
relating to prejudice because of race, color, or national origin
bill
a piece of paper money used in the US
bland
tasteless or lacking in flavour; insipid
blandishment
compliment
bleak
hopeless, depressing
blister
a raised area of skin which contains water of fluid
blow
the action of striking or hitting
bluff
the steep side of a mountain; cliff
blunder
error, mistake
blunt
not sharp; dull
blurry
unclear or lacking in focus
blurt
to say something suddenly and unexpectedly
bogus
not authentic; fake; phoney
bolster
to raise or increase by supporting the cause or interest of something
boom
to experience great success or expansion; prosper
booth
an area enclosed by temporary walls on three or more sides
bountiful
existing in great quantity or variety
brawl
to fight or engage in physical contact
breach
to break or violate the law
break
to destroy or remove
breed
class, kind, or type
breed
p. and p.p. bred
bribe
money given to influence the judgment of a public official
brim
the top edge of a cup
broil
to cook by placing under fire or heat
budge
to move something with difficulty
bug
to place small listening devices secretly in hidden place
bump
a small, raised area
buoy
a floating object that indicates a dangerous
bureaucratic
relating to the administration of the government
burial
the action of placing something under the ground, esp. the body of deceased in a funeral
bustle
to move hurriedly, esp. in order to prepare something