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  • aside Morrow turned aside from the door of Emily's room, but entered her father's.
  • based Based on Tilla, by Ferencz Herczeg.
  • baste A little before you take it up, baste it again with Butter, and this will melt away all the crust.
  • bedside Who has not, at a bedside, twenty times wished and not once dared to throw himself at their feet and implore them to show mercy?...
  • besides Besides, I knew it was not the practice to give money.
  • betide And yet, between now and to-morrow, much might betide, and I had cause for thankfulness, perhaps, for this respite.
  • biased Possibly my harum-scarum fondness for excitement at that time biased me a little in forming my resolution; but I must add, in common justice to myself, that I also acted from motives of real sympathy for Monkton, and from a sincere wish to allay, if I could, the anxiety of the poor girl who was still so faithfully waiting and hoping for him far away in England.
  • bid Go and do as I bid you."
  • bide Bide wi' sister and me, an' chain the daffies."
  • birdie She performed splendidly, and her rich contralto voice possessed many fine qualities; but our birdie swept far above her, and soared away upon an ocean of harmonies that seemed born of heaven.
  • bisque Not even a bisque.
  • boise As has been mentioned, the composition of the population of this region is further confused by the fact that some camp groups of Bannock passed by the more commonly used fishing sites below Shoshone Falls and fished on the Boise and Weiser rivers.
  • bride When he is informed by his bride of the day selected for the wedding, he should ask her mother to accept the day agreed upon.
  • reside It was written by the parson of the parish where I reside.
  • side Head on one side.
  • subside When the applause had subside-the young fellow's modesty had caused a fresh outburst-Morris again rose in his chair and once more the room grew still.
  • Beside His shop is in Lerwick, beside Mr. Sinclair's.
  • Bis He at any rate relieved it by turning to the woman who had received them, and muttering something about No. 14, Bis.
  • Bossed I suppose it was perfectly natural that just as soon as Mr. Smith came on the scene he put on somebody's helmet and shouted his directions to the men and bossed the Mariposa fire brigade like Bismarck with the German parliament.
  • Busied Lady Stratherne, though she was also a miracle of kindness, knew her duties better, and busied herself with the others, leaving those two to themselves.
  • Sid Sid had entertained hopes of making the second crew, but such hopes had been sadly shattered.
  • bids My conscience bids me go.
  • BSD
  • birdies We, so much older, Taller and stronger, We shall look down on the Birdies no longer.
  • biopsied
  • biddies Many times from a safe hiding-place he had hungrily watched Farmer Brown's boy shut the biddies up.
  • bides "A wife bides in the kitchen 'cause her's willing, and a servant 'cause her has to, but I bain't a wife and I bain't a servant, though volks think I be the one, and yew think I be the other.
  • adjies
  • adjoinings
  • arch-angel
  • full-figured
  • full-flavored
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