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  • bachelor
  • bacillus It affects sucking calves chiefly, and is caused by the Bacillus necrophorus.
  • backless It was a very wet Sunday evening, but as 'bus-riding was dearer then than it is now, and my resources were slender, I walked about three miles through the heavy rain, and sat on a backless bench in Cleveland Hall, for which I think I paid twopence.
  • baseless From what materials did he create the "baseless fabric of this vision"?
  • bleachers The bleachers now went entirely mad, for from the very edge of disaster, the tide of battle was turned into the enemy's territory.
  • matchless He left her sewing white lace onto blue silk in a matchless tranquillity.
  • Beaches Ashore, the palms bent like grass in the succeeding gusts, and the ocean beaches reverberated with a furious surf.
  • Cochleas
  • battlers Scotty ran in and leaped for the battlers.
  • brawlers If they have at Rome such a republic as we have had in Florence, without a public, imposed by a few bawlers and brawlers on many mutes and cowards, why, the sooner it goes to pieces the better, of course.
  • bowlers For so small a place they certainly put a wonderfully strong team into the field; on their own native "bog" they are fairly invincible, though we fancy on the hard-baked clay at Lord's their bowlers would lose a little of their cunning.
  • buckles Tighten the saddle-girths and examine the buckles.
  • boilers Although nearly two-thirds of the actual fuel which we put into our body-boilers is in the form of a dozen or fifteen great staple foods, like bread, meat, butter, sugar, eggs, milk, potatoes, and fish, yet all the lighter foods, also, are needed for perfect health.
  • bachelors At that time there were only two really rich bachelors in New York society, Wright Sandford and William Douglass.
  • butchers The fat animals which had been slaughtered had been pronounced healthy by the butchers."
  • babbles I should feel greatly flattered, but I fancy the question, being always on the top of your minds, simply babbles off.
  • baffles The amount of human misery which that frightful traffic entailed during those 240 years almost baffles the imagination.
  • broilers 69 4 dish pans 2.00 6 broilers .
  • bushels It has adjacent to it the finest wheat-growing country in the world, producing from 30 to 60 bushels per acre.
  • battles If he remembered those battles he would again hear the fading echoes of enemy minds dying within his, and he had had enough of that.
  • botchers They have been considered as botchers of rags and remnants; their diligence has not been accompanied by judgment; and their taste inclined more to the frivolous than to the useful.
  • babblers It is singular how willingly the mind will half deceive itself, and with what a degree of awe we will listen to these babblers about futurity.
  • bottlers In 1981, San Miguel spun off its soft drink businesses to a new company named Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc.
  • balers
  • bales The light from the solitary lantern fell on rows and rows of bales, arranged in neat straight lines, until away in the distance it suggested endless other shadowy bales, whose outlines could be little more than guessed at.
  • butlers
  • Baileys
  • bucklers The steeds and garments, too, of the lusty knights, of snow-white hue, were right well matched and all alike; the bucklers, fashioned well, gleamed in the hands of the stately men.
  • buglers
  • baubles
  • batches
  • cashless
  • unshaky
  • calcualtion
  • archaisms 1-that it contains too much learning; 2-that it abounds too much with classical allusions; 3-that it indulges in rare words or archaisms.
  • disrated
  • dissolvings
  • dissonancies
  • disthrones
  • distinguishings
  • unsturdy
  • divaricates
  • divaricatings
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