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bad-humored having or showing an unpleasant or ill-tempered nature or mood.
badinage playful conversation marked by joking or teasing; banter. [2 definitions]
badlands a barren region characterized by rock that has eroded into unusual shapes.
badly in a poor or incorrect manner; not well; poorly. [4 definitions]
badman an outlaw, desperado, bandit, or the like, esp. in the old American West.
badminton a sport in which players use light, long-handled rackets to propel a shuttlecock back and forth across a high net.
badmouth (informal) to speak of in critical, unfair, or slanderous terms.
bad-tempered having a bad temper or mood; cranky; irritable.
Baedeker any of a series of travelers' guidebooks published by Karl Baedeker and his successors.
baffle to bewilder; confuse. [4 definitions]
bag a flexible container, usu. made of cloth, paper, or leather, and used to hold things; sack; pouch. [11 definitions]
bagasse the pulp that remains after juice has been removed from sugar cane or sugar beet. [2 definitions]
bagatelle something small or insignificant. [3 definitions]
Bagdad variant of Baghdad.
bagel a leavened, ring-shaped bread roll with a dense, chewy texture.
bagful the amount that a bag can or does hold. [2 definitions]
baggage suitcases, bags, and other articles used to carry belongings during travel; luggage. [3 definitions]
baggy hanging or bulging in loose folds; puffed out; baglike.
Baghdad the capital of Iraq.
bagnio a place of prostitution; brothel.
bagpipe (often pl.) a musical instrument, played esp. in Scotland, consisting of a double-reed melody pipe and one or more drone pipes that protrude from a flexible leather bag that is inflated through a blowpipe by the breath or by bellows. The pipes are traditionally made of wood.