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broadtail the wavy, glossy black pelt of a newborn or stillborn karakul lamb.
Broadway a major north-south New York City street, part of which is the core of the theater district in midtown. [2 definitions]
Brobdingnag in Jonathan Swift's eighteenth-century novel Gulliver's Travels, a land inhabited by giants.
Brobdingnagian huge; enormous; gigantic. [3 definitions]
brocade a fabric woven with a raised pattern. [2 definitions]
broccoli a cultivated subspecies of the cabbage, or the green flower buds and flowering stalk of this plant used for food.
brochette a small skewer or spit used for cooking.
brochure a small booklet or pamphlet, esp. one that contains pictures and is used for advertising purposes.
brogan a stout, ankle-high work shoe.
brogue1 a dialectal pronunciation, esp. an Irish accent.
brogue2 a strong laced shoe, usu. having decorative perforations.
broil1 to cook at high temperature with heat coming from one direction, as on a grill or in an oven. [6 definitions]
broil2 a rowdy quarrel or brawl. [2 definitions]
broiler a device used for broiling food, such as a grill, pan, or compartment in a stove. [2 definitions]
broiling causing the physical sensation of extreme heat.
broke past tense of break. [2 definitions]
broken cracked or smashed into separate pieces, or no longer able to function. [9 definitions]
broken-down weak or shattered from disease or age.
broken-hearted full of intense grief or disappointment.
broker a person whose business is to negotiate buying and selling, esp. of stocks or real estate, on another's behalf. [2 definitions]
brokerage the business of a broker. [2 definitions]