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bald having little or no hair on the scalp. [4 definitions]
baldachin a silk brocade fabric having gold and silver threads. [3 definitions]
bald cypress a cone-bearing tree that grows in the swamps of the southeastern United States, the wood of which is used in construction and shipbuilding.
bald eagle a large eagle of the United States and Canada that has a white head and tail and a wingspan of about seven feet.
balderdash nonsensical speech or writing; foolish, unpersuasive argumentation.
bald-faced bold; brazen; shameless.
baldhead a person whose head is bald; baldpate. [2 definitions]
balding losing one's hair; becoming bald.
baldpate a brown freshwater duck with a white crown; wigeon. [2 definitions]
baldric a belt, often decorated, that is worn over the shoulder and diagonally across the body to carry a sword or bugle.
Baldwin a moderately tangy winter apple grown in the northeastern United States.
bale a large, tightly packed bundle usu. tied with cord or wire. [2 definitions]
baleen the bony, flexible strips in the upper jaws of certain whales.
baleful threatening harm; full of malice; ominous.
balk to stop suddenly and refuse to proceed. [7 definitions]
Balkan of or pertaining to the Balkan States or their peoples. [3 definitions]
Balkanize (often l.c.) to divide up into mutually antagonistic political units too small to maintain their independence or autonomy effectively.
Balkan Peninsula a European peninsula between the Adriatic Sea on the west and the Black and Aegean Seas on the east.
Balkan States the countries on the Balkan Peninsula, including Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and European Turkey; the Balkans.
balkline a line parallel and close to one end of a billiard table, from behind which the opening shot is made.
balky inclined to stop short and then refuse to proceed; stubborn; obstinate.