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  • baize As the girls took their seats at the baize-covered table they could see out into the garden.
  • base Not in the completest sense, but womanly enough to be spoiled-to base all her demands upon her charms, and not upon her rights.
  • bias On this subject one person at least shared her bias.
  • bide "When thee is rested we'll have a talk, lad," said his host, as they rose from the table; "but thee'd better bide with us for the summer and not fret about the future: thee dost need a holiday."
  • bierce He found, maybe, distraction, too, in chatting with slim Jenny Bierce, who was a very little girl when he was in the country school, but who had grown into almost a woman, and who was a trifle more refined, perhaps, than most of her associates.
  • bike A cab's the thing, with the invalided bike on top.
  • bile He was not able to demonstrate the function of bile as completely as he had done for the gastric juice.
  • bite I'm just-I'm a bit faint-I'll eat if-you'll fetch me a bite.
  • biz Mind yer own biz.
  • boccie
  • bock On the other hand, he felt he had to do his duty by the civilization that provides him with a blue blouse, bread, and bock, so he 'phoned the news to us....
  • bode Why does the auctioneer take his bode?
  • bodice She suddenly became aware that his eyes were fixed on the letter she had thrust into the bodice of her gown when walking down the long gallery upstairs.
  • bogie A child cannot avoid meeting a bacillus; he will never actually make the acquaintance of a bogie.
  • boil Other animals had awakened to the battle call, and now the sea began to seethe and boil with enraged, leaping red-eyed monsters.
  • boiler He said that if I gave him the machine he would take out the train as far as the steam already in the boiler would carry it.
  • boise We have our arid spots, like El Paso, Fresno, Boise, Phoenix, and Winnemucca, where only a few inches fall in a year, just as Cuba has a few places where the fall may reach sixty-five or seventy inches in a year.
  • bole Hour after hour she sat in the darkest place she could find, leaning against the bole of a great tree.
  • bonce
  • bone He's too hollow there under the cheek bone.
  • booze He ain't what you can call a real booze fighter.
  • boozer She's been hittin' it up all the morning, but it don't seem to affect her-funny, too, for she ain't a boozer, as a general thing.
  • bore It bore her own name, and the writing was her father's!
  • bosch I will see whether my friend Van dem Bosch will do it.
  • bose We'll take Bose with us for a sentry, and slip out of the house after everybody else has gone to bed.
  • boss The front line can have Loose Boss or Loose Ends; the latter are now in extensive use and are generally preferred.
  • bounce Her chair, incidentally, was crushed too, for Mabel's final bounce proved too much for its frail constitution; its four legs spread suddenly and lowered the surprised Mabel gently to the floor.
  • bowie He told how the hats went up in the air from in and about the Howling Wilderness, and how the boys had gone up in rows to the broken looking-glass in the new barber-shop, and how some had even polished their bowie-knives on their boots, and sat down and tried to see themselves in the shining blade, and adjust their dress accordingly.
  • bozo Jones invented the Mate, yet he says that anyone who is not associated with the Joey is a bozo.
  • brace Drink 'er down, and brace up.
  • brie And what can you find in that little cold Madame de la Brie -do you like ice?
  • bruce Luke-who, as Dr. Bruce remarks always spares the Twelve-says nothing about any further interference of Peter in the conversation.
  • choice If it came to a choice between tea and bread, we went without bread.
  • dice Thus ended her mission-the last throw of the dice, upon which she had staked so much!
  • ice But how do you obtain ice?
  • nice You're a nice man, you are!
  • rice Then she is still a child- Let Nasibu give you tea, rice, coffee, and wine for her.
  • vice Stern necessity compelled us to sail in chase of her flying consorts, one of which proved to be the ship of the vice-admiral, who, taught a lesson by the fate of his chief, as we approached lowered his flag.
  • voice It is the voice of Christ they need to hear.
  • Bis He is passing as Monsieur Felix Reumont, and is living at 114 bis, Avenue de Neuilly, close to the Pont.
  • Boas Mr Boas, we are sorry to say, is guilty of this sin against good taste.
  • Lice Dipping in the fall is good insurance against risk of loss from lice during the winter.
  • Mice Then I'll go down to the big South meadow after mice.
  • Brice All at once she knew that Mrs. Brice was beside her, and had taken her by the hand.
  • Bryce James Bryce, British Ambassador at Washington.
  • Boils But when five warnings and penalties have spent their force in vain, when personal agony is inflicted in the plague of boils, and the magicians in particular cannot stand before him through their pain, would it have been proof of virtuous contrition if he had yielded then?
  • bows What are those girls over there in the red paper hats and big red bows going to do?
  • boys There the boys and girls met several times a day.
  • BIC "Bic-ause," put in Maxime, "he's got to go back through the same mud he came!"
  • BIOS I Oriental L. Vita Italic, Bios Greek, Vie French.
  • BICEP Miss Nugent, although she treated him with scant courtesy herself, had a touching faith in his prowess, a faith partly due to her brother occasionally showing her his bicep muscles in moments of exaltation.
  • BOOS The distinguished company stared at him in great astonishment, but Boos of Waldeck, taking the boot in his sturdy fist, cried out.
  • OISE We set spurs to our horses and splashed through the ford of the Oise, a half mile from the outpost.
  • adjies
  • antipastos
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