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Bard
Poet
Barefaced
Shameless, bold
Baroque
Highly ornate
Bastion
Strong hold, something seen as a source of protection
Bate
Let down, retrain
Bauble
Trinket, trifle
Bawdy
Indecent, obscene
Beatific
Showing or producing joy, blissful
Beatify
bless or sanctify, proclaim one who is dead to be one of the blessed (e.g: Pope John Paul II)
Beatitude
State of bliss, blessedness
Bedizen
dress with vulgar finery (Witch doctors)
Bedraggle
wet thouroughly
Beeline
Direct, quick route
Befuddle
Confused throughly
Beget
father, produce, give rise to one
Begrudge
resent
Beguile
mislead or dislude, chaet, pass time
Beholden
obligated, indebted
Behoove
Be necessary or proper for, be incumbent (hold an indicated position) upon
Belabor
Explain or go excessively or ridiculous level
Beleaguer
Attack or (besiege), harass
BELIE
contradict,, give false impression
Belittle
disparage (depreciate, redicule, mock, deprecate
Bellicose
War-like, pugnancious, inclined to fight
Belligerent
Quarrelsome
Bemoan
express disapproval of, lament (feel or express sorrow)
Bemused
Lost in thought, confused, preoccupied
Benediction
Blessing
BENEFICENT
kindly, doing good
Benevolent
generous, charitable
Benign
Kindly, favourable, non malignant
Benison
Blessing
Bent
Determined, natural talent or inclination
Bequeath
Leave someone by means of a will, hand down
Berate
Scold harshly
Bereavement
State of being deprived of something valuable or beloved
Bereft
Deprived off, lacking off
beseech
Beg, plead with
Beset
harass or trouble, hem in
Besmirch
soil, defile
Bestial
Brutal, beast-like, inhuman
Betoken
signify, indicate
Bevy
Large group
bigotry
stubborn intolerance
Bilk
Swindle or cheat
Bivouac
temporary encampment
Blandish
coax with flattery, cajole
Blase
bored with pleasure or dissipation
Blasphemy
irreverence, sacriliege, cursing
Bleak
cold or cheerless, unfavourable
Blighted
suffering from disease
Blithe
Carefree, unconcerned, cheerful or gay
Blowhard
talkative boaster
Bludgeon
club, heavy headed weapon
Bluff (n), Bluff (Adj)
(n): pretense of strength, deception, high cliff
(adj): rough but good natured