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amylase any of a class of enzymes, found in saliva and many tissues of plants and animals, that break down starch to sugars.
asterisk a sign (*) used to indicate a footnote, an omission, or a break in the text, and for various other purposes. [1/2 definitions]
battering ram a heavy wooden beam used by warriors in former times to break through doors, walls, gates, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
blister to break out in a blister or blisters. [1/5 definitions]
bolt1 to break away from by withdrawing one's support. [2/14 definitions]
breach to make an opening or breach in; break through. [1/7 definitions]
breakable combined form of break.
breakaway of a theatrical or film prop, designing to break under slight impact, as a balsa-wood chair. [2/6 definitions]
break up to break or be broken (into pieces or sections). [1/6 definitions]
broach to break the surface of the water. [1/7 definitions]
broke past tense of break. [1/2 definitions]
broken past participle of break. [1/9 definitions]
bruise to wound or damage without causing a break or rupture. [2/4 definitions]
burglarize to break into a building with the intention of committing a crime, esp. stealing.
burst to break, open up, or explode suddenly, usu. because of internal pressure. [3/8 definitions]
bust2 (informal) to break or burst. [3/10 definitions]
bust up to break up.
caesura a break or hesitation in a line of verse, usu. necessitated by the sense of the words.
calve of a glacier or iceberg, to break up, thus making a separate piece. [2/4 definitions]
casting vote the deciding vote cast by the presiding officer to break a tie, as in a legislative body.
catch an interruption or break. [1/18 definitions]