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barrel.noun,.plural.barrels
a large.cylindrical.container, usually made of staves.bound together with hoops, with a flat top and bottom of equal diameter; the quantity that a barrel with a given or standard capacity will hold (a barrel of wine of from 31 to 42 gallons (120 to 159 liters) as established by law or usage; the cylindrical part or hollow.shaft of any of various.mechanisms, such as the metal, cylindrical part of a firearm through which the bullet travels; a cylinder that contains a movable piston; the drum of a capstan; alarge quantity (a barrel of fun); an act or an instance of moving rapidly, often recklessly, in a motor vehicle (teenagers barreling down the road way over the speed limit, thinking that it's fun to live dangerously)
barrel.adjective
likened.to a barrel, as in shape (a barrel chest; barrel hips)
barrel, barreled, barreling, barrels.verbs
transitive verb use.to put or pack in a barrel
intransitive verb use.to move at a high speed

bewitch, bewitched, bewitching, bewitches.transitive verbs
if someone or something bewitches you, you are so attracted to them that you cannot think about much else; to place under one's power by or as if by magic; cast a spell over; to feel captivated; completely; entrance; charm
bewitchery.noun,.plural.bewitcheries
bewitcher.noun,.plural.bewitchers
bewitchment.noun,.plural.bewitchments
the act of thinking you have some power in bewitching someone; the state of thinking that you have been bewitched, that of having some alleged magical power affect you, when you were really just enthralled by someone

brunt.noun,.plural.brunts
the main burden (bore the brunt of the household chores for awhile) the main impact or force; the chief impact of something bad

bedrock.noun
the solid rock that underlies loose material, such as soil, sand, clay or gravel; the basis; the foundation (ownership of land is the bedrock of security for families)

blood vessel.noun,.plural.blood vessels
an elastic.tubular.channel, such as an artery, a vein or a capillary, through which the blood circulates

bloodstream.noun,.plural.bloodstreams
the flow of blood through the circulatory system of an organism

B.C.E. means Before the Common Era.
Dates of the Jewish calendar are designated AM (Latin anno mundi, "the year of the world") and BCE. Wisely, many don't say B.C. anymore which meant Before Christ, because He's eternal. I guess they maybe meant it to be, 'before Emmanuel', the one who fully became the Christ after Emmanuel's death and resurrection; B.C.E. is now used. They could have said BE, Before Emmanuel, the physical person who was Christ in the flesh. See also A.D.

Bolshevik.noun,.plural.Bolsheviks.or.Bolsheviki
the word Bolshevik is derived from a very common word in Russian, 'bolshe' meaning 'bigger', 'more' as compared to 'Mensheviki', from 'menshe' meaning 'less', 'smaller';  a Bolshevik was a member of the left-wing majority group of the Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party that adopted Lenin's theses on party organization in 1903 and seized power in that country in November 1917 by lying to people about their true intent; a member of a Marxist-Leninist party or a supporter of one; a Communist, also called Bolshevist, often called bolshevik; an extreme radical (a literary bolshevik)
Bolshevik.adjective

breath.noun,.plural.breaths
the vital energy of air which animates the body and shows itself in breathing; the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration; the act or process of breathing; respiration; the capacity to breathe; spirit or vitality; life; single respiration (a deep breath); exhaled air, as evidenced by vapor, odor or heat (after her exercise you could feel the heat in her breath); a momentary pause or rest (take a breath before you do the rest); a slight.gust of fragrant air
in the same breath.or.in one breath.idiom
at or almost at the same time
out of breath.idiom
breathing with difficulty, as from exertion; gasping
breathable.adjective
suitable or pleasant for breathing (the breathable air in the mountains as compared with the polluted air in most large cities); permitting air to pass through (a breathable fabric)
breathability.noun,.plural.breathabilities

breathe, breathed, breathing, breathes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to inhale and exhale air; to be alive; live; to be; to pause to rest or regain.breath (after that run, give them a moment to breathe, getting their breath back to normal); to allow air to pass through (a natural fabric that breathes as hemp or cotton that has not been treated with toxic chemicals); to be manifested or suggested, as an idea or feeling (a sense of calm breathed from the landscape); to reach fullness of flavor and aroma through exposure to air (let the wine breathe a moment before drinking it); to require air in the combustion.process, as do vehicles using outmoded.fossil fuels.in order to go
transitive verb use.to inhale and exhale air; to inhale an aroma (breathe the lush.scent of lilacs); to impart as if by breathing; instil (an artist who knows how to breathe life into his painting); to utter, especially.quietly; whisper (don't breathe a word of this and spoil the birthday surprise); to make apparent or manifest; suggest (their manner breathed self-satisfaction); to draw in air for the combustion process of an internal-combustion engine
breathe down someone's neck.idiom
to threaten by proximity, especially by pursuing.closely
breathable.adjective

bachelor's degree.noun,.plural.bachelor's degrees
a degree.conferred by a college or university upon those who complete the undergraduate.curriculum; also called baccalaureate

border.noun,.plural.borders
a part that forms the outer edge of something; a decorative.strip around the edge of something, such as fabric; the line or boundary area separating.geographic.regions
border, bordered, bordering, borders.verbs
transitive verb use.to put a border on; to lie along or adjacent to the border of (Canada borders the United States of America)
intransitive verb use.to lie adjacent to another (the United States of America borders on Mexico and Canada)
borderer.noun,.plural.borderers
one who puts borders on edges of something; one who delineates where a country's borders should be placed and who's behind that?

ballistic.adjective
of or relating to the study of the dynamics of projectiles; of or relating to the study of the internal action of firearms; of or relating to projectiles, their motion and their effects
ballistically.adverb
ballistics.noun
the study of the dynamics of projectiles; the study of the flight characteristics of projectiles; the study of the functioning of firearms; the study of the firing, flight and effects of ammunition
ballistics.adjective
of, relating to or engaging in the study of ballistics (a ballistics lab; ballistics experts)
ballistician.noun,.plural.ballisticians
one whose work it is to be an expert in ballistics
ballistic missile.noun,.plural.ballistic missiles
a projectile that assumes a free-falling trajectory after an internally guided, self-powered ascent

banquet.noun,.plural.banquets
an elaborate, sumptuous.dinner; a banquet is a grand.formal dinner, being usually a ceremonial dinner honoring a particular.guest or occasion
banquet, banqueted, banqueting, banquets.intransitive and transitive verbs
to honor at or partake of a banquet

brim.noun,.plural.brims
the rim or uppermost.edge of a hollow.container or natural basin (the brim of a hat); a border or an edge
brim, brimmed, brimming, brims.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be full to the brim; to overflow (the fruit bowl brimming over with blueberries)
intransitive verb use.to fill to the brim

basin.noun,.plural.basins
an open, shallow, usually round container used for holding liquids; a washbowl; a sink; an artificially enclosed area of a river or harbor designed so that the water level remains unaffected by tidal changes; a small enclosed or partly enclosed body of water; a region.drained by a single river system (the Amazon basin); a large, bowl shaped depression in the surface of the land or ocean floor
basinal.adjective
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