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- bawl And as Kaviak, in spite of instructions, began to bawl, the Boy began to do a plantation jig, crooning monotonously: "'Grashoppah sett'n on de swee' p'tater vine, Swee' p'tater vine, swee' p'tater vine; Grasshoppah-'" He stopped as suddenly as he'd begun. (Pon har belly and a bawl) When man mek dat phone call – Back Against The Wall by Beenie Man
- bellow His cries passed into a brutish bellow that was awful to hear; and thus raging with the harrowing violence of madness, he was taken away to the madhouse.
- below At the end of it was a window from which, if you bent out, you saw far below you a garden.
- billow And down to the office of The Billow went Kit Bellew faithfully to instruct.
- billowy Through a billowy haze she beheld a flushed, puffy face with dishevelled hair falling about it from under a crooked hat, and two deeply marked lines running from mouth to chin.
- blob The blob or miller's thumb existed in the Gibbon river, and perhaps in other streams, above the falls.
- bloc Meanwhile, the affair of M. Duez has arisen like a horrible spectre in the eyes of the Bloc robbers; the country is aroused at the rottenness and corruption that is being laid bare; the Bloc is seeking to cover over the sore spots.
- blot It is a blot on humanity.
- blow Well, I rather guess it's that pretty blue-eyed, English-looking girl, that came on board with old Don Blow-me-down, when he first came in here.
- blown To give out; like the rays from a light; or blown out from the mouth or nostrils.
- Blew The breeze blew directly from the west-directly from the locusts.
- blog Andrew Baron made international news again in 2008, when he used his blog to plea with a drug company to help save his fathers life.
- bbl Mrs. Charlotte Safford, Bbl. of C., etc., for Sherwood, Tenn.
- Barlow May I introduce you to Miss Georgie Barlow?"
- blows The heavy blows shook the cabin.
- BL 7. Bl. C. L. N. A. B. I. J. Line 2 is in metre 14.
- BIOL -Male?, young, skull and skin; no. 168006, U. S. Nat. Mus., Biol.