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blame to place responsibility on for a mistake or fault. [5 definitions]
blameless free from guilt or blame.
blameworthy meriting reproach or blame.
blanch to turn pale. [5 definitions]
blancmange a white, sweet milk pudding, thickened with cornstarch or gelatin and flavored with vanilla or rum.
bland without interest, spirit, or excitement; dull; indifferent. [3 definitions]
blandish to convince or coax with flattery; cajole. [2 definitions]
blandishment the act of blandishing; coaxing. [2 definitions]
blank empty or clear, as a space on a surface. [12 definitions]
blank check a bank check with the signature, but not the amount, filled in, leaving the payee free to set the amount. [2 definitions]
blanket a thick, rectangular piece of woven material used on a bed for warmth or worn as a garment. [5 definitions]
blank verse unrhymed verse, usu. in iambic pentameter.
blare to sound loudly and harshly. [3 definitions]
blarney skillful or smooth talk, often with some deceit and in an effort to gain favor from the listener. [2 definitions]
Blarney stone a stone in Blarney Castle in Ireland, reputed to give the gift of blarney to those who kiss it.
blasť unstimulated or unimpressed, usu. due to a feeling that one has already experienced more or better.
blaspheme to speak with disrespect or impiety of (a deity or anything sacred). [2 definitions]
blasphemous containing or marked by blasphemy; irreligious.
blasphemy disrespect or irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable, esp. God.
-blast bud, embryo, cell layer, or other generative unit.
blast a powerful and sudden gust or stream. [12 definitions]