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befuddle, befuddled, befuddling, befuddles.transitive verbs
to confuse; perplex; to stupefy with or as if with alcoholic drink

blessing.noun,.plural.blessings
the act of one that blesses (Deuteronomy 8:7-9); a blessing is something that has or is occurring to you that has nothing unwanted attached to it; a short prayer said before or after a meal in thankfulness; something promoting or contributing to happiness, well-being or prosperity; a boon; to confer.favor upon; an approbation; approval (this plan has my blessing)
bless, blessed.or.blest, blessing, blesses.transitive verbs
to be blessed; sanctify; to confer well-being or prosperity on; to endow, as with talent
blesser.noun,.plural.

bulge.noun,.plural.bulges
a protruding part; an outward curve or swelling; a sudden, usually temporary increase in number or quantity (the baby boom created a bulge in school enrollment); balloon; belly; jut out; overhang; project; protrude; the meaning is 'to curve, spread or extend outward past the normal or usual limit' (a wallet bulging with money; expenses ballooning; a sail bellying in the wind; a pipe jutting from his mouth; overhanging eaves; projecting teeth; a head protruding from the window)
bulge, bulged, bulging, bulges.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to curve outward
intransitive verb use.to curve outward; to swell up; to stick out protrude
bulgy.adjective
bulginess.noun

bathe, bathed, bathing, bathes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to take a bath; to go into the water for swimming or other recreation; to become immersed in or as if in liquid
transitive verb use.to immerse in liquid; wet; to wash in a liquid; to apply a liquid to for healing or soothing purposes (bathed the wound with iodine); to seem to wash or pour over; suffuse (a room that was bathed in Sunlight)
bather.noun

banal.adjective
drearily.commonplace and often predictable; trite; banalstresses the complete absence of freshness, novelty or immediacy (a banal tale of unrequited love)
banalize.verb
banally.adverb
banality.noun
the condition or quality of being banal; triviality; something that is trite, obvious or predictable; commonplace
banal.adjective-drearily commonplace and often predictable; trite

Antoine Bechamp.noun
One of France's greatest scientists, a pathologist who pioneered.pleomorphism; Bechamp was known for his exacting laboratory methods, precise thinking and his vast knowledge in microbiology; he was Master of Pharmacy, Doctor of Science, Doctor of Medicine, Professor of Medical Chemistry and Pharmacy, Fellow and Professor of Physics and many more designations, see the book.Bechamp or Pasteur: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology.by E. Douglas Hume, where she conclusively shows that these discoveries were attributed to the wrong man and, the book.Pasteur, Plagiarist Imposter: The Germ Theory Exploded.by R.B.Pearson, which shows who really was the gifted scientist and who was the imposter; Bechamp produced a method of dramatically reducing the cost of aniline dye used primarily in fabrics, thereby revolutionizing the entire French garment industry; in 1855 he discovered the causes of fermentation; in 1862 he found the causes of certain rampant diseases of grapes which were then ravaging the French wine industry; in 1865 he again saved the garment industry by finding the cause of an epidemic disease that was destroying the silkworm population of Europe; most of his work was plagiarized by an evil rival scientist, also a member of France's Academy of Sciences, one Louis Pasteur; it was Louis Pasteur who received recognition for determination that fermentation was caused by a microorganism and that the silkworm disease was due to a parasite and the grapes were being consumed by a bacteria

binary.adjective
characterized by or consisting of two parts or components; twofold; of.or.relating.to a system of numeration having 2 as its base; in chemistry, consisting of or containing only molecules consisting of two kinds of atoms; in music, having two sections or subjects
binary.noun,.plural.binaries
something that is binary, especially a binary star
binary star.noun
a stellar system consisting of two stars orbiting about a common center of mass and often appearing as a single visual or telescopic object; a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual.gravitation

blame, blamed, blaming, blames.transitive verbs
to hold responsible; if you blame a person or thing for something bad, you believe or say that they are responsible for it or that they caused it, example; to find fault with; censure; to place responsibility for something (blamed the crisis on poor planning); the blame for something bad that has happened is the responsibility for causing it or letting it happen
blame.noun
the state of being responsible for a fault or an error; culpability; censure; condemnation
blamer.noun,.plural.blamers
blameworthy, blameworthier, blameworthiest.adjectives
deserving blame; reprehensible
blameworthiness.noun
blameless.adjective
free of blame or guilt; innocent
blamelessly.adverb
blamelessness.noun

bitchy, bitchier, bitchiest.adjectives
malicious, spiteful or overbearing
bitchily.adverb
bitchiness.noun
bitch, bitched, bitching, bitches.verbs
intransitive verb use.to complain with intensity; to grumble with deep feeling
transitive verb use.to botch; bungle (he should have left the task for when he wouldn't bitch it up)
bitch.noun,.plural.bitches
a female canine animal, especially a dog; a woman considered to be spiteful or overbearing; a lewd woman; complaint; a complaining woman (Proverbs 21:9 "It is better to dwell in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman in a wide house."); something unpleasant or difficult (it took a lot of effort for him to put that large piece of furniture together and all I heard from him while he was doing it was, bitch, bitch and more bitching)

bona fide.adjective
made or carried out in good faith; sincere (a bona fide offer); authentic; genuine (a bona fide painting by Rembrandt)

bullshit, bullshit, bullshitted, bullshitting, bullshits.verbs
transitive verb use.to attempt to mislead or deceive by talking and/or presenting nonsense, hoping a stupid person would believe it as true (trusting the medical system has caused both many persons to get well and others' early death and even more lifelong hardships and continued illnesses); if you say that someone is bullshitting you, you mean that what they are telling you is nonsense or untrue)
intransitive verb use.to speak foolishly or insolently; to engage in idle conversation
bullshit.interjection
used to express extreme displeasure or exasperation
bullshit.noun
foolish, insolent talk; nonsense
bullshitter.noun

barbaric.adjective
of, relating to or characteristic of barbarians; marked by crudeness or lack of restraint in taste, style or manner
barbarically.adverb

barbarous.adjective
primitive in culture and customs; uncivilized; lacking.refinement or culture; coarse; characterized by savagery; very cruel; marked by the use or occurrence of barbarisms in spoken or written language
barbarously.adverb
barbarousness.noun

barbarian.noun,.plural.barbarians
a fierce, brutal.or.cruel person; a member of a people considered by those of another nation or group to have a primitive civilization; an insensitive, uncultured person; a boor
barbarianism.noun

barbarism.noun,.plural.barbarisms
an act, trait or custom characterized by ignorance or crudity; use of words, forms or expressions considered incorrect or unacceptable; a specific word, form or expression so used
Usage note: There is a significant difference in meaning between barbarism and barbarity. Both denote some absence of civilization, but the word civilization itself has several different senses, one the opposite of barbarism, the other the opposite of barbarity. On the one hand civilization may refer to the scientific, artistic and cultural attainments of advanced societies and it is this sense that figures in the meaning of barbarism. The English word barbarism originally referred to incorrect use of language, but it is now used more generally to refer to ignorance or crudity in matters of taste, including verbal expression. On the other hand, civilization may refer to the basic social order that allows people to resolve their differences peaceably and it is this sense, that is, civilization as opposed to savagery, that figures in the meaning of barbarity, which refers to savage brutality or cruelty in actions (bullies come from the low consciousness of savagery); see more Usage notes

barbarity.noun,.plural.barbarities
savage.brutality or cruelty in actions or conduct; a cruel or savage act

beside.preposition
at the side of; next to; in comparison with (a proposal that seems quite reasonable beside the others); on an equal footing with (has earned a place beside the best performers); not relevant to: a remark that was beside the point
beside.adverb
in addition (beside that, let's consider); nearby
beside oneself.idiom
distraught; in a state of extreme excitement or agitation; not feeling up to par
besides.adverb
in addition; also; moreover; furthermore; otherwise; else (has been to Mexico but nowhere besides)
besides.preposition
in addition to; except for; other than

bile.noun
a bitter, alkaline, brownish-yellow or greenish-yellow fluid that is secreted by the liver, stored in the gallbladder and discharged into the duodenum and aids in the emulsification, digestion and absorption of fats; bitterness of temper; ill humor; irascibility
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