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  • baas Listen, Baas, and I will tell you the story.
  • baize After tea a pulpit was extemporised, upon the model of the one at the Tabernacle, by covering an empty provision box with red baize, and fastening before it a wooden railing, also with its decent covering of baize.
  • bars There was a cool, artificial twilight in the chamber when we entered it; but through the bars of the outer blinds a gleam of sunshine shot across the room, and broke against the wall opposite the great, high-posted bed on which young Bosworth was lying.
  • base The children, however, took no base advantage of this being left to themselves.
  • bass In a despatch home he says:- "So I have lately sent a boat to that part of the coast, in which went Mr. Bass, surgeon of the Reliance.
  • basset 30. John Basset, another canon and a M.A. 31. John Brullot, another canon.
  • basso The soprano and tenor had lost sight of the alto and basso just on the other side of Clocketts Croft, where you came to a stile.
  • baste Well, and if you did, didn'tyou lame your baste?
  • boise Thrice in 220 years had Rouen been besieged, once by the English and twice by its own countrymen, and each time the virtues of the famous "boise" had saved it from pillage and desecration.
  • bose Everybody said it must have been Bose; and why?
  • boss None of us is as high as a section boss.
  • bossy He acts as know-it-all and bossy as if he owned the whole place."
  • buss The Chinese and Morros are not friendly, and it is probably due to this fact alone that caused Buss Buss to be built.
  • passe They own the treaty for a peace publickly at Court, and the Commissioners providing themselves to go over as soon as a passe comes for them.
  • Bases All these shattering experiences, whether in a nation's career or in the career of an individual, cause one-they force one-to look into the bases of life and to get nearer its realities.
  • Basses But before he came to the end of his dry and delightful narrative, a loud yell and a scuffle in the parlour were heard; a shrilly clamour of warring voices; a dreadful crash of glass: a few curses and oaths in basses and barytones; and some laughter from the coachmen, who viewed the fray from outside through the window; and a brief, wild, and garrulous uproar, which made little Sally Nutter-though by this time used to commotion-draw back with her hands to her heart, and hold her breath.
  • Bays The number of bays on the south side had to be five, as there was no room for six.
  • Bess Gloves by Queen Bess's maidens might be miss'd; Her blessed eyes ne'er saw a female fist.
  • Bessie What are we to think of it, Bessie?"
  • abidingnesses
  • abjections
  • discommends
  • discommodities
  • disconcertions
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