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bear arms to carry and use weapons.
beard the facial hair of a man, or the extended growth of such hair. [4 definitions]
bearded having a substantial growth of beard.
beardless combined form of beard.
bearer someone or something that carries or supports. [2 definitions]
bearing manner of conduct, behavior, or physical carriage. [5 definitions]
bearish like a bear in physique or manner; burly; clumsy; rude. [2 definitions]
béarnaise sauce a sauce made of butter, egg yolks, shallots, vinegar, and herbs, served over meat or fish.
bearskin the pelt or hide of a bear. [2 definitions]
bear up to face hardship without despairing; withstand difficulty or stress; be brave; endure.
bear with to continue with despite aggravations; be patient with; be tolerant of.
beast any four-footed mammal, esp. as distinguished from humans or from birds and invertebrates. [3 definitions]
beastly of or like a beast in appearance or manner. [2 definitions]
beast of burden an animal such as a donkey or ox used esp. for heavy work or carrying loads.
beat to hit (someone or something) repeatedly. [15 definitions]
beatable combined form of beat.
beat about the bush to intentionally avoid the central matter or point.
beat around the bush1 to avoid or delay speaking about the most important matter.
beat around the bush2 to intentionally avoid the central matter or point.
beaten shaped or flattened by hammering. [3 definitions]
Beat Generation (sometimes l.c.) used to characterize some members of the generation that reached maturity in the late 1950s, esp. in the United States, who were alienated from conventional society and who promoted experimentation in artistic and literary forms.