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bottle a container, usu. made of glass and having a slender neck, used mainly for storing or serving liquids. [4 definitions]
bottleneck any narrow entrance or passageway. [4 definitions]
bottlenose any of various marine mammals with a bottle-shaped nose, esp. dolphins.
bottletree any of various trees native to Australia that have a swollen, bottle-shaped trunk.
bottle up to restrain or suppress. [2 definitions]
bottom the lowest or deepest point of something. [11 definitions]
bottom land lowlands beside, and rich in the deposits of, a river.
bottomless having no bottom. [3 definitions]
bottom line (informal) the final figure or lowest line in a financial statement, showing net profit or loss. [2 definitions]
bottommost lowest; furthest down.
botulin a toxin produced by the bacteria botulinus, and which causes botulism.
botulinum a spore-forming bacterium (Clostridium botulinum) that produces botulin toxin under anaerobic conditions.
botulism an often lethal disease of the nervous system caused by ingesting even small amounts of the toxin botulin, produced by a bacterium that grows in poorly preserved or spoiled foods.
boudoir a woman's private sitting room or bedroom.
bouffant full and puffed out. [2 definitions]
bougainvillea any of several woody vines of the American tropics that have small inconspicuous flowers surrounded by bright red, orange, or purple bracts.
bough a branch of a tree, esp. a main branch.
bought past tense and past participle of buy.
bouillabaisse a stew containing a variety of fish and shellfish, often cooked with saffron.
bouillon a thin, usu. clear broth, or the stock for making such a broth.
boulangerie (French) a bakery that specializes in bread, rolls, and other plain baked goods.