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boracic variant of boric.
borage a plant with bright blue, star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves and stems that are sometimes used as seasoning.
borate in chemistry, a salt or ester of boric acid or of any acid containing boron.
borax a white substance found in naturally occurring borates and used as a cleansing or flushing agent, in the production of ceramics, and in tanning.
Bordeaux a port city in southwestern France. [2 definitions]
bordelaise sauce (sometimes cap.) a dark sauce for meat, made of stock, flour, wine, onions, and seasoning.
bordello a house of prostitution; brothel.
border the outer part; edge; boundary. [6 definitions]
borderland land that is at or near a border; frontier. [2 definitions]
borderline at or near a boundary. [2 definitions]
border on to almost be such; verge on.
bore1 to make a hole in with an instrument such as a drill. [7 definitions]
bore2 to weary with repetition, monotony, or tedium. [2 definitions]
bore3 tidal water that rises abruptly to form a wave as it moves inland.
bore4 past tense of bear1.
boreal of or pertaining to the north, esp. the wind from the north.
bored finding something tedious or dull; uninterested.
boredom the state of being bored; dullness; ennui.
borer a machine or other device designed to bore holes. [3 definitions]
boric of, relating to, containing, or derived from boron.
boric acid a white crystalline compound used as a mild antiseptic and in making glass, enamels, fireproofing materials, and other products.