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bard
n.poet
barefaced
adj.shameless;bold;unconcealed
baroque
adj.highly ornate
barrage
n.barrier laid down by artillery fire;overwhelming profusion
barrister
n.counselor-at-law
barter
n.trader
bask
v.luxuriate;takepleasure in warmth
bastion
n.stronghold;something seen as a source of protection
bate
v.let down;restrain
bauble
n.trinket;trifle
bawdy
adj.indecent;obscene
beatific
adj.giving bliss;blissful
beatitude
n.blessedness;state of bliss
bedizen
v.dress with vulgar finery
bedraggle
v.wet thoroughly
beeline
n.direct,quick route
befuddle
v.confuse thoroughly
beget
v.father;produce;give rise to
begrudge
v.resent
beguile
v.mislead or delude; cheat; pass time

con men beguiled kyle into betting his allowance; the men beguiled poor kyle of his money; kyle beguilded himself during the long hours by playing solitaire
behemoth
n.huge creature; something of monstrous size or power
beholden
adj.obligated; indebted
behoove
v.be suited to; be incumbent upon
belabor
v.explain or go over excessively or to a ridiculous degree; assail verbally
belated
adj.delayed
beleaguer
v.besiege or attack; harass
belie
v.contradict; give a false impression
belittlle
v.disparage; deprecate
bellicose
adj.warlike
belligerent
adj.quarrelsome
bemoan
v.lament;express disapproval of
bemused
adj.confused,lost in thought; preoccupied
benediction
n.blessing
benefactor
n.gift giver; patron
beneficent
adj.kindly; doing good
beneficial
adj.helpful; useful
beneficiary
n.person entitled to benefits or proceeds of an insurance policy or will.
benevolent
adj.generous; charitable
benign
adj.kindly; favorable; not malignant
benison
n.blessing
bent
adj.determined; natural talent or inclination.
bequeath
v.leave to someone by means of a will; hand down
berate
v. scold strongly
bereavement
n.state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved
bereft
adj.deprived of; lacking
beserk
a
beseech
v,beg;plead with
beset
a
besiege
a
besmirch
v.soil, defile
bestial
a
bestow
a
betoken
v.signify, indicate
betray
a
betroth
a
bevy
n.large group
bicameral
a
bicker
v,quarrel

stop bickering or i'll call your mom
biennial
a
bifurcated
a
bigotry
stubborn intolerance
bilious
adj,suffering from indigestion; irritable
bilk
v.swindle,cheat
billowing
a
bivouac
a
bizarre
a
blanch
a
bland
soothing or mild; aggreable
blandishment
n.flattery
blare
a
blase
a
blasphemy
a
blatant
adj. extremly obvious; loudly offensive
bleak
a
blighted
a
bludgeon
a
bluff (1)
a
bluff (2)
a
blithe
a
bloated
a
blowhard
a
blunder
a