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beat one's regular professional territory or subject matter. [1/15 definitions]
benefit of clergy formerly, a special privilege granted to members of the clergy, esp. that they be subject to ecclesiastical rather than secular courts. [1/2 definitions]
bet anything that is the subject of a bet. [1/7 definitions]
bibliography a list of writings about a certain subject. [1/4 definitions]
biodegradable subject to decomposition by the action of living organisms such as bacteria.
biopic a biographical film or television program often containing scenes that are fictional in order to fill out the plot and add drama, humor, or suspense to make the real life subject compelling to an audience.
blind spot a subject on which one is blinded by ignorance or prejudice. [1/4 definitions]
bonded subject to a binding promise to pay, as monetary debt. [2/3 definitions]
born-again characterized by a strong, new or renewed belief, commitment, or enthusiasm (usu. fol. by the subject of this feeling). [1/2 definitions]
broil1 to subject to high heat; burn. [1/6 definitions]
brood to ponder or deliberate, often moodily, a single subject (usu. fol. by on or over). [1/7 definitions]
bumpy characterized by or subject to bumps or jolts. [1/3 definitions]
burlesque any purposely ridiculous or grotesque treatment of a subject. [1/5 definitions]
by the way used to add something into a conversation that is on a different subject.
capitulation a list of main headings or parts of a subject. [1/3 definitions]
capricious tending to act on impulse; subject to whim or caprice; erratic and unpredictable.
case history a record of pertinent facts and changes, usu. in a client or research subject undergoing medical, psychiatric, or similar treatment or study.
catechism a series of questions and answers used as an examination or for giving basic instruction in a subject. [1/2 definitions]
catechumen a person being taught the rudiments of any subject. [1/2 definitions]
centerfold the subject of such a display. [1/2 definitions]
centrifuge to subject to, or separate (materials of different densities) by, the action of a centrifuge. [1/2 definitions]