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abbey a religious place or building where monks or nuns live.
adobe a building material of clay mixed with straw that has been dried by the sun and made into bricks. [2 definitions]
amphitheater an oval or round building with seats rising in rows from an open, central area. Amphitheaters are used for sports and other public events.
annex a building added to an existing building. An annex may be attached to or separate from the main building. [1/3 definitions]
apartment building a building in which there are a number of individual apartments.
aquarium A building where water animals and plants are kept and displayed. [1/2 definitions]
architecture the style or way of building. [1/2 definitions]
arena a building that has an arena. [1/3 definitions]
arsenal a building used for storing weapons and ammunition.
atrium a courtyard inside a building, either open to the sky or with a glass ceiling. [1/2 definitions]
auditorium a large room or building where people gather for a performance or speech.
balcony a platform with a low wall or railing that extends from the outside of a building. [1/2 definitions]
barbell a bar with weights attached at each end used for exercising and building muscle. Barbells are usually made of metal, and the weights can be changed to make the bar heavier or lighter.
barn a large farm building used to shelter animals or store equipment or crops.
barrack (usually plural) a building where soldiers live for a short amount of time.
basement the space in a building that is underground or partly underground.
beeswax the wax made by bees in building their honeycombs.
belfry a tower of a church or other building in which a bell is hung; bell tower.
beryllium a hard, light, gray substance that is one of the chemical elements. Beryllium is sometimes combined with other elements to form an alloy. It is also used in building rockets. (symbol: Be)
block a small cube or other three-dimensional shape made out of wood or plastic and used as a child's building toy. [1/9 definitions]
blockhouse a fort or building with openings for weapons to fire through, formerly built of heavy wood boards. [1/2 definitions]