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bilabial pronounced with the lips close together, as the consonants "p" and "m". [2/3 definitions]
birch a deciduous tree or shrub with close-grained, hard wood and smooth bark that can be peeled off. [1/5 definitions]
blink to close and open the eyes very quickly, usu. involuntarily; wink. [2/10 definitions]
blunderbuss an early shoulder-gun having a short barrel, flared at the muzzle to scattershot at close range. [1/2 definitions]
board to close or cover using boards (often fol. by "up"). [1/9 definitions]
bonding the formation of close personal relationships, as between family members or friends.
bowline a rope used to keep the weather edge of a square sail pulled forward and the sail as flat as possible when sailing close-hauled. [1/2 definitions]
brief (pl.) close-fitting underpants for males or females that extend from the tops of the legs to the waist. [1/8 definitions]
broadcloth a fabric with a close weave and a soft finish, made of cotton, rayon, or silk and used for clothing.
bung a cork or other stopper used to close the hole in a barrel or cask. [1/3 definitions]
canvass a close examination or detailed discussion. [1/8 definitions]
cap1 a soft, close-fitting head cover, often with a peak or visor but without a brim. [1/9 definitions]
chock as close as possible. [1/3 definitions]
chock-a-block of a ship's hoisting tackle, drawn close together so that the blocks are touching. [1/2 definitions]
chum1 a close or intimate friend; pal. [2 definitions]
chummy (informal) in a close, friendly relationship, or acting as if one were or wished to be in such a relationship.
circumpolar moving around or close to one of the poles of the earth or of the celestial sphere.
cloche a woman's close-fitting, bell-shaped hat. [1/2 definitions]
close in a close manner; near. [1/24 definitions]
closeable combined form of close.
close-hauled with the sails trimmed very flat for sailing as close as possible to the wind.