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bridegroom a man who is newly married or is about to be married.
bridesmaid a woman who attends the bride in a wedding ceremony.
bridge1 a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel. [6 definitions]
bridge2 a card game involving bidding between two sets of partners.
bridgehead a position held on the enemy's side of a river or the like by a small advance troop, in order to protect the main attacking force.
Bridgetown the capital of Barbados.
bridgework any of various types of dental bridges, or such bridges collectively. [2 definitions]
bridle the part of a horse harness that includes the bit and reins and is used to guide or control. [5 definitions]
bridle path a wide trail used for horseback riding, pack horses, or the like.
brief short in duration. [8 definitions]
briefcase a small rectangular case for carrying documents or books.
briefly in a way that is not lengthy; for a short time.
brier1 any of several thorny plants or shrubs, esp. the sweetbrier or greenbrier. [2 definitions]
brier2 a white heath of southern Europe, the woody root of which is used in making tobacco pipes.
brierroot the woody root of the brier or other woods used to make tobacco pipes. [2 definitions]
brierwood the wood of the root of the brier; brierroot.
brig a two-masted sailing vessel with square-rigged sails. [2 definitions]
brigade a military unit comprising several squadrons or battalions. [3 definitions]
brigadier (informal) in the U.S. military, a brigadier general. [2 definitions]
brigadier general a U.S. military officer ranking above a colonel and below a major general.
brigand an outlaw or bandit, esp. a member of a gang of robbers.