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  • bail Mary Magna no doubt would be willing to sacrifice the two hundred dollars bail that she had put up; but the judge had a right to issue a bench warrant and send a deputy for the prisoner.
  • barth At the same instant the door opposite flew open wide, and the Count of Barth disappeared in the next apartment; and I could hear his hard, dry automatic tread upon the stairs descending the steps, one by one, for a long time; there seemed no end to it, until at last the awful sounds died in the remote distance as if they had descended into the bowels of the earth.
  • bath "On my first return from America, as I yesterday informed you, I passed some months at Bath, where I was introduced to Lady Corbet, and, had she been single, I should have said, Here Talton rest for ever!
  • belt Don't buy me anything-or if you should see a belt buckle exactly like Grace Neal's, I should like to have one, but only if it is exactly.
  • berth For my part, I had taken refuge in my berth; for the motion was such, that I could no longer keep my footing.
  • beth I built Bazor, and Beth Diblathaim, and Beth Baal-Meon.
  • bile These fats are attacked by the pancreatic juice and the bile, and made ready for digestion.
  • bilk Have you set another man on the track with a view to bilk me of my promised fee?
  • bill You will make out a bill, and I will sign it and hand it in to Mr. Irvine, and let it be marked against me, and then you will be sure of your money then-for it is entirely out of my power to pay you any other way just now.
  • billy I've seed Billy Paradise spar; and it ain't fighting, it's ruffianing: that's what it is.
  • birth Now Denham had reason to know that he could bring to birth and keep alive a fine anger when he chose.
  • blah For you've been a pallid and blah world, Stick out your tongue and say "Ahh," world. – Dear World by Unknown Author
  • bligh Bligh was compelled to follow, and she was then dropped astern.
  • blight And Koob Soonder-small sister of Jiwan Kawi-our strong young man who went away; she whose mother was taken by Fear when she was a babe, she who was stricken by the blight when she began to run-she who was named for her perfect beauty, before the Grass Jungle had seen beauty more perfect-" "Do you know all the story?"
  • blithe
  • blither To-night, however, she was even in a blither mood than usual.
  • blt
  • bluish
  • boil So Missis she thanks 'im for sayin' her boil is a hill of a boil, And 'unts all around till she comes on a door that is marked: "Doctor Hoyle." – Bessie's Boil by Robert W. Service
  • bolt
  • booth Show your papers and go into any booth in your territory.
  • both Would the demand compared with the supply of capital be the same in both?
  • build These birds build in the months of June and July, and, as far as I have observed, lay only three eggs."
  • built You see, the man that built this house was in love with a girl.
  • bulb The man sent out for experts, men with the greatest wisdom concerning the ways of flowers, but still the bulb rested passive.
  • bulk And when I was gone four hours towards the Pyramid, I could no more see the distant shinings, for the bulk of the hill-bottom stood up between, and made all a blackness that way.
  • bull This was a French bull.
  • bullet A man standing near them was hit by a bullet and fell.
  • bullish
  • bully
  • burl "No thank you, Burl.
  • burly
  • duluth Tens of thousands of men are employed in digging this ore and transporting it to the nearest lake port-Duluth and West Superior being the largest shipping points.
  • filth
  • filthy
  • lilith
  • Blythe
  • Beulah