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bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
bear up to work through something difficult without giving up; endure.
bedraggled dirty, wet, or limp from having wandered or been dragged through mud and water. [1/2 definitions]
belch to release gas from the stomach through the mouth in a noisy burst; burp. [1/3 definitions]
blockhouse a fort or building with openings for weapons to fire through, formerly built of heavy wood boards. [1/2 definitions]
blood the red liquid containing oxygen and nutrients that pumps through the veins and arteries of humans and many other animals. [1/2 definitions]
bloodshed the spilling of blood through injury or violence.
blood vessel any of the tubes in the body through which the blood moves. Arteries, veins, and capillaries are types of blood vessel.
blow2 to make a sound when air is forced through. [2/7 definitions]
blow up to destroy or be destroyed through an explosion. [1/3 definitions]
bore1 to make by cutting or digging through. [1/3 definitions]
Brahmaputra River a major river of Asia that starts in Tibet and flows through northern India and Bangladesh into the Bay of Bengal.
breach an opening or gap made by breaking through something. [2/4 definitions]
brother a man who is connected to another man through shared interests, goals, or loyalty to the same group. [1/2 definitions]
button a small round flat disk that fastens clothing by fitting through a slit or loop. [1/5 definitions]
buttonhole a small slit in a piece of clothing through which a button can be fastened. [1/2 definitions]
by through the means of; on. [3/10 definitions]
cable a form of television in which the sound and picture signals are sent by cable rather than through the air; cable television. [1/5 definitions]
candle a stick of wax with a wick running through the middle that is burned to give light.
capture to take hold or gain control of by force or through planning. [1/3 definitions]
career the work a person chooses to do through life.