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  • back We shook hands, and I turned back at once. Then thanked his God he'd traced his track Too far for wish to drag him back. – The Two Men by Thomas Hardy
  • bark One is known by the name of grey bark, another as the red bark, which is considered the most valuable. Oh, for thy voice high-sounding o'er the storm, For thy strong arm to guide the shivering bark, The blast-defying power of thy form, To give us comfort through the lonely dark. – Douglass by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • beak She sat watching him-the great beak, the bulging forehead, the thin, cruel lips; and everywhere in the garden of artificial flowers which formed the surface of her nature, hiding its reality even from herself, there appeared the poisonous snakes of hateful thoughts to shoot their fangs and hiss at him. Gazes down across his eagle beak And a'fixin' his lady with the legal eye Screams "suppose we fix the date this week!" – Spring, Spring, Spring (Spring Dance) by Unknown Author
  • beck He slunk back, banged to the door; and the stranger, putting up his implements, said, with a disdainful laugh, to Beck, who had slunk away into a corner,- "No. 7 knows well how to take care of No. 1. Lead on, and be quick, then!" His hair is so pretty...I'd like to bite his neck I've heard a rumor he's more fluid than Jeff Beck – Punky's Whips by Frank Zappa
  • berk Hello, Berk, ain't you glad t' see an old pal?
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  • bk To enhance the wonder, see How arch his notices, how nice his sense Of the ridiculous; not blind is he To the broad follies of the licensed world, Yet innocent himself withal, though shrewd, And can read lectures upon innocence; A miracle of scientific lore, Ships he can guide across the pathless sea, And tell you all their cunning; he can read The inside of the earth, and spell the stars; He knows the policies of foreign lands; Can string you names of districts, cities, towns, The whole world over, tight as beads of dew Upon a gossamer thread; he sifts, he weighs; All things are put to question; he must live Knowing that he grows wiser every day Or else not live at all, and seeing too Each little drop of wisdom as it falls Into the dimpling cistern of his heart: For this unnatural growth the trainer blame, Pity the tree,- The Prelude, Bk. V, lines 298-329. On the other hand if those who have to bring up children, fear too much to cross their inclinations, and so seek always the line of least resistance, teaching lessons in play, and smoothing over every rough peace of the road, the result is a weak, slack will, a mind without power of concentration, and in later life very little resourcefulness in emergency or power of bearing up under difficulties or privations.
  • block "Dost thou presume my course to block? Off, off! or, puny Thing! I'll hurl thee headlong with the rock To which thy fibres cling." – Waterfall and The Eglantine, The by William Wordsworth
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  • bog You heard the Bishop and many eloquent men speak on the subject, but their words meant little, but on the bog road the remedy was revealed to you.
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  • Betook I adjusted the helm and betook myself to rest, the second day of my journey having already commenced.
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  • dissipaters
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