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bikini a very brief, two-piece bathing suit for women, or underpants cut like the bottom half of this bathing suit.
bilabial having two lips, as certain flowers; bilabiate. [3 definitions]
bilabiate having two lips, as certain flowers.
bilateral having two, esp. symmetrical, sides. [3 definitions]
bilayer biological material composed of two layers of molecules, such as lipids in a cell membrane.
bilberry any of several woody wild or cultivated North American plants that produce edible dark blue berries. [2 definitions]
bilbo (often pl.) a long iron bar with sliding shackles, formerly used to fetter prisoners' feet.
bildungsroman a novel that concerns itself primarily with the psychological and moral development of the main character, usually from youth into adulthood.
bile a bitter yellowish secretion of the liver that aids in the digestion of fats. [2 definitions]
bilge the rounded part of a ship's hull between the bottom and the sides. [5 definitions]
biliary of, pertaining to, or carrying bile.
bilingual capable of speaking two languages almost equally well. [2 definitions]
bilious suffering from an excess of bile or malfunction of the liver. [3 definitions]
bilirubin a reddish-yellow pigment that is formed from the breakdown of heme. Elevated levels in blood are responsible for the yellow color in bruises and in jaundice.
bilk to defraud or swindle, esp. by avoiding due or promised payment. [3 definitions]
bill1 a written statement listing items or services and their cost. [7 definitions]
bill2 the parts of a bird's jaw that form the beak. [3 definitions]
billabong in Australia, a pool formed by a backwater channel of a stream.
bill and coo to kiss, cuddle, and whisper sweetly, as lovers.
billboard a board for displaying outdoor advertisements or notices, esp. next to highways.
Bill Clinton 42nd President of the United States (1993-2001) and, previously, Governor of Arkansas for several terms; born William Jefferson Blythe III, subsequently William Jefferson Clinton (b.1946).