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bleach to make white or lighter in color by using a chemical agent or sunlight. [4 definitions]
bleachable combined form of bleach.
bleacher (usu. pl.) seating arranged in tiers, usu. of benches, as in a gymnasium or the cheaper sections of a baseball park. [2 definitions]
bleachers long, flat seats placed in rows with each row higher than the one before.
bleak1 cold, windswept, or barren. [2 definitions]
bleak2 a small European river fish whose silvery scales are used to make artificial pearls.
blear to blur or partially obscure (eyes or sight). [2 definitions]
bleary dim or blurred, as the eyes or vision. [3 definitions]
bleary-eyed having blurred vision, as from fatigue or tears. [2 definitions]
bleat the characteristic vocal sound of a goat, sheep, or calf. [4 definitions]
bled past tense and past participle of bleed.
bleed to lose blood. [7 definitions]
bleeder one who bleeds readily. [3 definitions]
bleeding the act or process of losing blood. [3 definitions]
bleeding heart any of several flowering plants, esp. a common garden variety with drooping red or deep pink, heart-shaped flowers. [2 definitions]
bleep a short sharp high-pitched sound; beep. [2 definitions]
blemish to mar or otherwise cause imperfections in. [3 definitions]
blench1 to flinch or draw back in fear; quail.
blench2 variant of blanch.
blend to combine (two or more components) so thoroughly as to be unrecognizable in the resulting mixture. [8 definitions]
blende zinc or zinc sulfide; sphalerite. [2 definitions]