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Blunder

N. error

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Blurt

V. Utter impulsively

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Bluster

V. Blow in heavy gusts, threaten emptily, bully

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Bode

V. Foreshadow, portend

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Bogus

Adj. counterfeit , not authentic

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Bohemian

Adj. Unconventional (in artistic way)

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Boisterous

Adj. violent, rough, noisy

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Bolster

V. Support, reinforce

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Bolt

N. door bar, fastening pin or screw, length of fabric

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Bolt

V. Dash or dart off, fasten (a door), gobble down

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Bombardment

N. attack with missiles

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Bombastic

Adj. pompous, using inflated language

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Booming

Adj. deep and resonant, flooring, thriving

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Boon

N. blessing, benefit

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Boorish

Adj. rude, insensitive

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Boundless

Adj. unlimited , vast

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Bountiful

Adj. abundant, graciously generous

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Bourgeois

Adj.n. middle class, selfishly materialistic, dully conventional

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Bovine

Adj. cowlike, placid and dull

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Bowdlerize

V. Expurgate

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Boycott

V. Refrain from buying or using

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Braggart

N. boaster

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Brandish

V. Wave around, flourish

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Bravado

N. swagger, assumed air of defiance

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Brawn

N. muscular strength , sturdiness

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Brazen

Adj. insolent

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Breach

N. breaking of contract or duty, fissure or gap

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Breadth

N. width, extent

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Brevity

N. conciseness

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Brindled

Adj. tawny or grayish with streaks or spots

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Bristling

Adj. rising like bristles, showing irritation

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Brittle

Adj. easily broken, difficult

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Broach

V. Introduce, open up

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Brochure

N. pamphlet

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Brooch

N. ornamental clasp

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Browbeat

V.bully, intimidate

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Browse

V. Graze, skim or glance at casually

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Brunt

N. main impact or shock

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Brusque

Adj. blunt, abrupt

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Buccaneer

N. pirate

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Bucolic

Adj. rustic, pastoral

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Buffet

N. table with food set out for people to serve themselves , meal at which people help themselves to food that's been set out

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Buffet

V. Slap, batter, knock about

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Buffoonery

N. clowning

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Bullion

N. gold and silver in the form of bars

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Bulwark

N. earthwork or other strong defense, person who defends

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Bumptious

Adj. self-assertive

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Bungalow

N. small cottage

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Bungle

V. Mismanage, blunder

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Buoyant

Adj. able to float, cheerful and optimistic

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Bureaucracy

N. over-regulated administrative system marked by red tape

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Burgeon

V. Grow forth, send out buds

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Burlesque

V. Give an imitation that ridicules

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Burly

Adj. husky, muscular

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Burnish

V. Make shiny by rubbing polish

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Bustle

V. Move about energetically , teem

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Buttress

V. Support, prop up

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Buxom

Adj. plump, full-bosomed

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Cabal

N. small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests

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Cache

N. hiding place

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Cacophonous

Adj. discordant, inharmonious

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Cadaver

N. corpse

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Cadaverous

Adj. like corpse, pale

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Cadence

N. rhythmic rise and fall (of words or sounds), beat

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Cajole

V. Coax, wheedle

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Calamity

N. disaster , misery

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Calculated

Adj. deliberately planned, likely

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Caldron

N. large kettle

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Caliber

N. ability, quality

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Calligraphy

N. beautiful writing, excellent penmanship

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Callous

Adj. hardened, unfeeling

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Callow

Adj. youthful, immature, inexperienced

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Calorific

Adj. heat-producing

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Calumny

N. malicious misrepresentation , slander

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Camaraderie

N. good-fellowship

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Cameo

N. shell or jewel carved in relief, Starr's special appearance in a minor role in a film

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Camouflage

V. Disguise, conceal

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Candor

N. frankness , open honesty

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Canine

Adj. related to dogs, dog-like

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Canny

Adj. shrewd, thrifty

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Can't

N. insincere expressions of piety, jargon of thieves

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Cantankerous

Adj. ill humored, irritable

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Cantata

N. story set to music, to be sung by a chorus

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Canter

N. slow gallop