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  • abode They came therefore and saw where He abode ; and they abode with Him that day: it was about the tenth hour.
  • bad So matters went from bad to worse.
  • bade Aunt Elizabeth smiled and bade Edna bathe her face and go down and see her uncle, who was waiting for her.
  • badger She taunted him like a baited badger , for this thing was getting beyond her control and the savage instincts of the wilderness were uppermost.
  • balder Balder returned no more!
  • bed She turned on the light and sat up in bed .
  • bedder Before I went into my bedder I looked at my cheque-book, and it gave me no satisfaction.
  • bede A portrait of him, also preserved there, is known among the family as "Adam Bede ."
  • beer If he drinks beer , he thinks beer .
  • bender Thou bender of the thistle of Lora; why, thou breeze of the valley, hast thou left mine ear?
  • bet I'll have to cut some of my college work, but you can bet I'm going to do that all right.
  • bid I wonder if you remember that you were the only one who did not bid me rejoice that Jack was dead.
  • bidder These interesting and mysterious packages are to be sold each to the highest bidder .
  • bide It seemed an earthly paradise indeed, and Donalblane expressed the feelings of the rest when he exclaimed in his characteristic way- "Here we've come and here we'll bide , for there can surely be no bonnier place on all the earth!"
  • bier You then adjourned to assist in performing the last solemn rites over the bier of your departed friend.
  • binder Three important purposes were secured by this arrangement-the line was relieved of a sudden strain; if it broke, only half would be lost; and the unused end would serve as a binder to other ice when the chase neared its end.
  • birder He mounted to the garret, to the empty bird-coops of his father, who in winter had been a birder ; and he transiently reviewed the lumber of his old playthings, which were lying in the netted enclosure of a large canary breeding-cage.
  • biter This business bug is a bad, bad biter all right.
  • boar He was an excellent shot but not a sufficiently careful sportsman, and it happened that when a few days before he thoughtlessly drew near a wild boar which had fallen from his shot, the beast started up and tore his legs frightfully, and afterwards trampled upon his loins.
  • board Come in, boys; back to the drawing board .
  • boarder She had won, after three years, a Diploma, and this Diploma, together with the presence in the house as paying boarder of a niece of Chesson's, had put an idea into the seedsman's head-the premium idea.
  • boater The rough tweed walking-suit had been replaced by a modest and commonplace blue serge, the cap and heavy brown boots by a straw boater and plain black shoes, the loose-throated flannel shirt by one of plain linen with stiff cuffs and a fold collar and neat foulard tie.
  • bod Gi-i-i-v-ve me my bod -d-d-y-y!
  • bode This led astronomers at the time Bode published the law, something more than a century ago, to give new heed to a suggestion made long before by Kepler, that there might be an unknown planet moving between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, and a number of them agreed to search for such a planet, each in a part of the sky assigned him for that purpose.
  • bodied Of the million who died four hundred thousand were able-bodied men.
  • body Body denotes the entire physical structure, considered as a whole, of man or animal; form looks upon it as a thing of shape and outline, perhaps of beauty; frame regards it as supported by its bony framework; system views it as an assemblage of many related and harmonious organs. Body , form, frame, and system may be either dead or living; clay and dust are sometimes so used in religious or poetic style, tho ordinarily these words are used only of the dead. Corpse and remains are used only of the dead. Corpse is the plain technical word for a dead body still retaining its unity; remains may be used after any lapse of time; the latter is also the more refined and less ghastly term; as, friends are invited to view the remains. Carcass applies only to the body of an animal, or of a human being regarded with contempt and loathing. Compare COMPANY.
  • boer The owner of the wagon was an old Boer named Niekerk; he owned a farm in the Lydenburg District, but spent most of his life wandering about in search of game.
  • boor She will think you a boor .
  • border Close to this border were rings for staves, like those by which the ark was borne.
  • bore The manner in which the brothers are spoken of in connection with His mother suggests that He and they bore to her the same relation.
  • borer And I don't know why "borer" isn't a better name for it.
  • bot Yas, bot if you no lak I leek heem, ust you yoomp in und I lat heem run goot for two, t'ree mile.
  • boudoir But he never did this when his wife was at Rede Place, for Athena's boudoir , the sitting-room which she had herself chosen and arranged to her fancy soon after her first coming to England, was the end room on the ground floor of the house, and so next to the Garden Room.
  • boulder Our breakfast consisted of two cups of tea, a watch-sized biscuit, a chip of frozen meat and a boulder of pemmican.
  • bounder It forced him into putting down something preposterous instead of a true type as soon as he wished to create "a bounder ."
  • bower Thus ended this merry wedding, and the new married pair returned with Robin Hood to Sherwood bower .
  • brooder Figure 11 represents the best duck brooder I know of.
  • bud Cut back the leader once a year at first at about 12 or 15 inches from the branch below to one bud just above the bud s whence the branches are to spring.
  • coder And, then, if you only remember that in this universe and coder the universal law of cause and effect you are building to-morrow out of to-day, and next week and next year, and all he future, that every thought, every word, every action, is cemented together as a part of this structure that you build, hat you can make your own future for good or ill, and that you cannot build it successfully except in accordance with he eternal laws of things, then you find that here are the most insistent and tremendous motives it is possible for the human mind to conceive.
  • doer But at the same time we should not sin, by carrying this feeling so far, as to desire to revenge the wrong-doer, or punish him ourselves, for then we go too far to exercise the feeling of forgiveness towards him, even if he should repent.
  • ode He was the author of the class ode , sung on Commencement day.
  • oder Bress de chances what set 'em agin' each oder !
  • order I have brought you-I have brought us all-the order of release.
  • Badder "I am bad," she said-"there never was anybody much badder-but I'm not going first.
  • Boded By sheer physical force he would shut out the sounds, knowing that for the present he could do nothing, but the mutterings that fell from his lips and the convulsive clenching of his hands boded no good for Mr. Shei and his followers.
  • Bodge Among us, much of the social judgement of Bodge upon the relations of men to women is the stereotyped opinion of the land.
  • Bodged Kyd's style justifies Nash's description, "whole handfulls of tragical speeches" and "a blank verse bodged up with ifs and ands."
  • Bodies Men are vera masterfu' bodies.
  • Boyer The history of Defoe and his painful struggles between his conscience and his need of living, sufficiently indicates the result; Charles Leslie, the gallant nonjuror, for example, or Abel Boyer , the industrious annalist, or the laborious but cantankerous Oldmixon, were keeping their heads above water by journalism, almost exclusively, of course, political.
  • bodega I saw John Henry Menton casually in the Bodega just now and it will cost me a fall if I don't...
  • Bert So came Bert Russell to welter in a low room whose walls gave out the stench of years.
  • Borden Soon after his return he married the accomplished Ann Borden of Borden town N. J. thus fulfilling an important part of the design of his creation.
  • Boyd The party thus arrived at Bramadura, a sheep station occupied by Mr. Boyd .
  • borders The average traveller does not stop at Tver any longer than is necessary for the purpose of the railroad officials, but it is a considerable and rising place, especially since the railroad between the two great cities chanced to run through its borders .
  • bodes It bodes ill for us, my friend.
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  • booed He was booed down by everybody else and informed that Tanith was being defended where a planet ought to be, on somebody else's real estate.
  • odder That too became the odder the more I thought of it.
  • Boers They favoured the Boers , and the Boers did get their rights.
  • bawdier
  • broader Now I know your life will be made broader by going, and you'll have scope, at least, to know what you really wish to do with yourself and what you are worth, as you would not have, to sit down in your father's bank, although you would be safer there, no doubt.
  • bolder The grand fjords north of this point are none of them more extensive, but some of the mountain scenery is bolder and many of the elevations greater; the glaciers also come down nearer to the coast-line and to the sea.

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