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Bard

N. poet

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Baroque

Adj. highly ornate

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Barrage

N. barrier laid down by artillery fire

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Barren

Adj. desolate , fruitless and unproductive , lacking

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Barricade

N. hastily put together defensive barrier, obstacle

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Barterer

N. trader

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Bask

V. Luxuriate, take pleasure in warmth

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Bastion

N. fortress , defense

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Bate

V. Let down, restrain

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Bauble

N. trinket, trifle

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Bawdy

Adj. indecent, obscene

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Beam

N. ray of light, long piece of metal or wood, course of a radio signal
V. Smile radiantly

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Beatific

Adj. giving bliss, blissful

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Beatitude

N. blessedness , state of bliss

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Bedizen

V. Dress with vulgar finery

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Bedraggled

V. Wet thoroughly, stain with mud

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Beeline

N. direct, quick route

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Befuddle

V. Confuse thoroughly

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Beget

V. Father, produce, give rise to

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Begrudge

V. Resent

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Beguile

V. Mislead or delude, pass time

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Behemoth

N. huge creature, monstrous animal

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Belabor

V. Explain or go over excessively or to a ridiculous degree, attack verbally

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Belated

Adj. delayed

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Beleaguered

V. Besiege or attack, harassed

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Belie

V. Contradict, give a false impression

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Belittle

V. Disparage or depreciate, put down

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Adj. warlike

Bellicose

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Belligerent

Adj. quarrelsome

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Bemoan

V. Lament, express disapproval of

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Bemused

Adj. confused, lost in thought , preoccupied

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Benediction

N. blessing

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Benefactor

N. gift giver, patron

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Beneficial

Adj. helpful, useful

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Beneficiary

N. person entitled to benefits or proceeds of an insurance policy or will

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Benevolent

Adj. generous, charitable

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Benign

Adj. kindly, favorable, not malignant

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Bent

Adj. determined, natural talent or inclination

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Bequeath

V. Leave to someone by a will, hand down

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Berate

V. Scold strongly

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Bereavement

N. state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved

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Bereft

Adj. deprived of, lacking, desolate because of a loss

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Berserk

V. Frenzied

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Beseech

V. Beg, plead with

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Beset

V. Harass or trouble, hem in

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Besiege

V. Surround with armed forces, harass (with requests)

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Besmirch

V. Soil, defile

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Bestial

Adj. beastlike, brutal

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Bestow

V. Give

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Betoken

V. Signify, indicate

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Betray

V. Be unfaithful , reveal (unconsciously or unwillingly)

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Betroth

V. Become engaged to marry

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Bevy

N. large group

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Biased

Adj. slanted, prejudiced

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Bicameral

Adj. two-chambered, as a legislative body

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Bicker

V. Quarrel

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Biennial

Adj. every two years

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Bigotry

N. stubborn intolerance

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Bilious

Adj. suffering from indigestion , irritable

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Bilk

V. Swindle, cheat

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Billowing

Adj. swelling out in waves, surging

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Bivouac

N. temporary encampment

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Bizarre

Adj. fantastic, violently contrasting

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Blanch

V. Bleach, whiten

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Bland

Adj. soothing or mild, agreeable

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Blandishment

N. flattery

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Blare

N. loud, harsh roar or screech, dazzling blaze of light

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Blasé

Adj. bored with pleasure or dissipation

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Blasphemy

N. irreverence, sacrilege, cursing

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Blatant

Adj. flagrant, conspicuously obvious, loudly offensive

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Bleak

Adj. cold or cheerless, unlikely to be favorable

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Blighted

Adj. suffering from a disease , destroyed

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Blithe

Adj. gay, joyous, carefree

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Bloated

Adj. swollen or puffed as with water or air

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Bludgeon

N. club, heavy-headed weapon

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Bluff

Adj. rough but good-natured

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Bluff

N. pretense (of strength), deception, high cliff