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bate
let down; restrain
bauble
trinket; trifle
bedizen
dress with vulgar finery
bedraggle
wet thoroughly
beholden
obligated; indebted
behoove
be necessary or proper for; be incumbent upon
beset
harass or trouble; hem in
besmirch
soil, defile
betoken
signify; indicate
betroth
become engaged to marry
bevy
large group
bilious
suffering from liver complaint; peevishly ill humored
bilk
swindle; cheat
billowing
swelling out in waves; surging
bland
soothing or mild; agreeable
blandish
cajole; coax with flattery
blandishment
flattery
blighted
suffering from a disease; destroyed
blithe
carefree and unconcerned; cheerful and gay
blowhard
talkative boaster
bludgeon
club; heavy-headed weapon
bluster
blow in heavy gusts; threaten emptily; bully
boon
blessing; benefit
boorish
rude, insensitive
brackish
somewhat saline
brawn
muscular strength; sturdiness
brazen
insolent
brindled
tawny or grayish with streaks or spots
bristling
rising like bristles; showing irritation
broach
introduce; open up
brocade
rich, figured fabric
brook
tolerate; endure
browbeat
bully; intimidate
brunt
main impact or shock
buffet
slap; batter; kock about
bungle
mismanage; blunder
buoyant
able to float; cheerful and optimistic
burnish
make shiny by rubbing; polish
callow
youthful; immature; inexperienced
calumny
mailicious misrepresentation; slander
canker
any ulcerous sore; any evil
canny
shrewd; thrifty
cant
insincere expressions of piety; jargon of thieves
cantankerous
ill-humored; irritable
canter
slow gallop