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- bass "Give me a flower," he said, and his voice was as gentle as its deep ringing bass could be.
- boise The Boise-Weiser country is relatively rich.
- bose 113, 151, 160. Another migratory fish was found by Bose very numerous in the fresh waters of Carolina and in ponds liable to become dry in summer.
- boss "No gun-play, boss, was your orders," said Jake.
- bossy But sad to tell, Bossy-Cow, who herself was rather disagreeable, waited until the pail was nearly filled, and then she gave a sudden kick.
- buss He being sore perplexed From bed did lightly start; No longer then could he endure To buss his own sweetheart.
- Bays The glaring gold of the wheat-field appeared to be crisscrossed everywhere with bobbing black streaks of horses-bays, blacks, whites, and reds; by big, moving painted machines, lifting arms and puffing straw; by immense wagons piled high with sheaves of wheat, lumbering down to the smoking engines and the threshers that sent long streams of dust and chaff over the lifting straw-stacks; by wagons following the combines to pick up the plump brown sacks of wheat; and by a string of empty wagons coming in from the road.
- Boas "I tell Ellen that her menagerie is a mere bait to jaguars or boas, or other prowling animals of the forest," observed John.
- Bess But I wisht it had been Bess.
- bows At any moment this part of the ship may break up, as the bows have already begun to do.
- buys 8974. Who buys it?
- buoys Then the passengers of the steamer rushed to the side to see what should become of the lads struggling in the water; the mate threw overboard to them a couple of life-buoys; and the captain shouted out to have a boat lowered.
- boys Suppose it had been one of our own poor boys?
- boors The noble language of Milton and Burke would have remained a rustic dialect, without a literature, a fixed grammar, or a fixed orthography, and would have been contemptuously abandoned to the use of boors.
- BOARS Deep ravines traverse the country, skirted with dense, dark foliage, which affords them shelter, and through which they pass like so many wild turkeys or wild boars, knowing, as they do, all the roads and by-paths.
- BOOS There were boos and cat-calls, but at last the man on the platform made himself heard.
- Boers The Boers at the beginning of the present war had the regularly organized armies of an independent nation.
- discommodities 1. That is best which hath most and greatest commodities, and fewest and least discommodities.