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Bi og' ra phỹ, n. a histori. , Blab, v. to tell tales or se
cal account of the lives crets n. a tell tale.
of particular people. Black, a. colour of night ; Bi quad' rate, n. the fourth dark; sullen; horrible ; power ; a square multi
dismal ; mournful. plied by itself.
n. a negro. Bird, n. a fowl, (a general Black' moor, '
term for the feathered | Black' en, v. to make or kind.)
become black ; to darkBird' lime, n. a glutinous en ; to defume.
substance used to en. Black-lead', n. a minerai tangle birds.
much used for pencils. Birth, n. thing born ; ex- Black' smith, n. a smith
traction ; lineage ; com- that works in iron. ing into life.
Blad' der, n. that vessel in Birth-right, n. the right the body which contains
of the first born; privi. the urine ; a blister. leges of birth.
Blade, n. a spire of grass Bis' cuit, n. a kind of hard or corn ; part of an inflat bread.
strument or weapon ; a Bi sect', v. to divide into
brisk man. two equal parts.
Blame'a ble, a. culpable, Bish' op, n. one of the
faulty. clergy in apostolic au- Blame, v. to censure ; to thority.
charge with a fault. n. Bish' op rick, n. the dio- crime ; imputation of a cess of a bishop.
fault Bis sex' tiie, n. leap year. Blame' less, a. guiltless ; Bit' ter, a, having a hot, innocent
acrid, biting laste ; se. Blame' worthys, 2. culpavere ; satirical.
ble ; blameable. Bit' ter lý, ad. sharply ; Blanch, v. to whiten; to severely.
to strip off Bit' ter ness, n. a bitter husks.
ste ; malice ; hatred ; Blanch' er, n. a whitener. affliction.
Blan' dish ment, , act of Bi tu' men, n. a fat unct- fondness; kinol speech.
uous matter dug out of es ; kind treatment.
Blank, a. white, unwrit
ten ; confused. n. a void blood ; sanguinary. space.
Bloom, n. the blossom of Blas pheme', v. to speak a tree ; prime of life ; blasphemy.
native beauty Blas' phe mous,
a. impi- Blub' ber, n the fat of a ously irreverent with whale, &c. regard to God.
Blud" geon, n.
a short Blas' phe mý, n. an indig. siick with one end load
nity offered to God him. ed. self.
Bluff, a. big ; surly ; blus. Blast, v. to injure ; to tering
wither; to blight. n. Blun' der buss, n, a short gust of wind ; sound of a wind instrument ; a Blun' der head, n. a stublight.
pid fellow. Blaze, v. to flame. n. a
ad. without flame; a white mark sharpness; coarsely ; upon a horse.
plainly. Bla' zon, v. to embellish ; Blush, v. to betray confuto make public.
sion by a red colour in Blēak, a cold ; chilly. the cheeks. Blemish, n.
a spot or
Blus' ter er, n. a noisy perstain ; deformity.
son ; a swaggerer Blend, v. to mix ; to con- Board, v. to enter a ship found.
by force ; to attack; to. Bless' ing, n. good wish ; live where a certain rate divine favour.
is paid for eating Blight, v. to blast. n. mil- flat piece of wood. dew.
who Blind' ness, n.
boards with any one. sight ; ignorance. Boast, v. to brag. n. Bliss, n. the highest de- proud speech.
gree of happiness. Boatswain, n. a certain Blīthe, a. gay; airy ; officer on board a ship. blithsome.
Bo" dice, n. stays Block ade', v. to shut up. Bo'' dy, n. matter as oppo
n. a siege carried on by sed to spirit ; a person ; shutting up a place.
a collective mass ; Blood' ý, a. stained with corporation.
Bol re as,
Bog' gle, v. to start ; to fly rustic.
back ; to hesitate. Booths, n. a house built of Bog' gỹ,a. marshy; Swam- bonghs. py.
Boo' tý, n. plunder ; pil. Bo hea', n. a species of lage. tea.
the north Boil, v. to be agitated by wind. heat ; to seeth.
Bol (som, n. the breast ; Bois'ter ous, a. violent ; the heart.
loud ; stormy ; furious. Bot' a nist, n. one skilled Bõid, a. daring ; brave ; in pients. stout.
Botch, y: to put together Bolster, v. to support the clumsily.
head with a bolster. n Bot' tom less, a. without a pad ; a compress for a bottom ; fathomless. a wound.
Boun' da rý, n. limit, Bölt, v. to fasten ; to sift ; bound
to spring out. n. bar of Bound' less, a. unli:nited ; a door ; an arrow.
unconfined. Bolt' sprit,
a. liberal; n. the slop
kind ; generous: ing mast on the bow of Bonn' ti ful, a. liberal ; a ship.
generous ; munificent. Bomb, n. a hollow iron Bow' elsó, n. intestines ; ball or shell
tenderness; compassion. Bom bard'. v. to attack Brace, v. to bind ; to tie with bombs.
close ; to strain up. Bom bast', n big words. cincture ; bandage ; a Bond, n that with which couple.
any thing is bound. Bracel let, n. an ornament Bond' age, n. cap:ivity
for the arty's Bondsman, n. one bound Brack' ish, a. somewhat for another.
salt. Bon' net, n. a hat or cap. Brag' 3ger, n. a boaster. Bon' ný, a handsome ; Brain'less, a silly.
beautiful ; gay; merry Bram' ble, n. any rough, Book' ish, n. given to prickly shrub books
Branch, v. to spread in Boor' ish, &. clownish branches. n. a part that
shoots out from the Brew, v. to make liquors ; rest.
to contrive ; to plot. Bran' dish, v. to flourish ; Brew' is, n. bread soaked to wave or shake.
in boiling fat pottage, Bran' dý, n. a strong liquor
made of salted meats. distilled from wine Bribe, n. a reward given Bralósier, n. a worker in to prevent judgment. brass.
v. to give bribes. Brave' lý, ad. courageous. Bril he rý, n. the crime of ly; gallantly.
giving or taking reBraw' ný, a musculous ; wards for bad practices. Aeshy ; bulky.
Brick' bat, n. a piece of Brēach, n. infraction.
brick. Breadth, n. width.
Brick' kiln, n. a kiln ; a Break' fast, v. to eat the place to burn bricks in.
first meal in the day. n. Bri' dal, a. belonging to a the first meal.
wedding ; nuptial. Breast' work, n. works Bride, n. a woman newly
thrown up as high as married
Bride' groom, n. newly Breathes, v. to draw
married man. breath; to live.
Bride' well, n. a house of Breaths'ing, n. aspiration ; correction. secret prayer.
Bridge, n, a building or Breath' less,
pass over water. breath; dead ; spent Briēf, a. short ; concise. with labour.
Bri" gade, n. a division or Bree' ding, n. education ; body of forces.
instruction ; ranners ; | Brig' a dier Gen' e ral, n. knowledge of ceremo- an officer next below a
major general, Breeze, n. a gentle gale; Bri' gand, n a thief; freea stinging fly.
booter ; plunderer. Brev' i at, n. a short com. Bright' ness, n. lustre ; pendium.
splendour ; acuteness. Brev' ia ture, n. an abbre. Brilliant, a shining ; viation.
sparkling. n. a diamond Brev' i tý, n. conciseness; of the first cut. shortness.
Brim' stone, n. sulphur.
Brine, n. water impregna- | Brute, n. a creature withted with salt ; tears.
out reason. Brink, n. the edge of a Bub' ble, v. to rise in bubplace ; precipice.
bles ; to cheat. n. Brisk, a. lively ; vivacious ; small bladder of water ; gay.
a false show. Brittle, a. fragile ; apt to Buck' ler, n. a shield. break.
Bud, n. the first shoot of Broad, a. wide; extended a plant ; a germ. in breadth.
Budg' et, n. a bag, such as Bro cade', n. a silken stuff
may be easily carried. variegated.
Buf' fa lo, n. a kind of Broil, n. a tumult ; a quar.
wild bull or cow. rel. v.
to cook on the Buf' fet, n. a blow with coals.
the fist; a kind of cupBro'ker, n. one who does board. to box ; to
business for another ; a beat. factor ; one who deals
Bu' gle, in old things.
Bu' gle horn, Bronze, n. brass ; brass
hunting horn. colour ;
a medal ; | Build' ing, n. a fabrick ; bronse.
an edifice. Brood, n.offspring; proge. Bulba' ceous,
conny; the number hatched Bul' bous, at once.
taining bulbs ; consistBroths' er bood, n. frater. ing of many layers.
nity; a class of men of Bulge, v. to take in wathe same kind.
ter; to founder ; to jut Brow, n. forehead ; the out.
edge of any high place. Bulk, n. magnitude ; the Browse", v. to eat the ends majority ; main fabrick.
of branches or shrubs. Bullion, n. gold or silver Bruise", v. to crush or
unwrought. mangle with a heavy Bul wark, 1. & fortificablow.
tion; a citadel ; a secuBru nett',n. a woman with rity.
a brown complexion. Buoy, n. a piece of cork Bru' tal, 2. savage ; cruel ; or wood floating, tied inhuman.
to a weight. v. to keep