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bed-sitting room (chiefly British) a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bedsore a skin sore caused by the prolonged pressure of bedding, as in a long illness.
bedspread a covering for a bed that is generally used over blankets or other bed covering.
bedspring any of a number of springs closely confined in a frame and set in a bedstead to support a mattress.
bedstead the framework that supports the springs and mattress of a bed.
bedstraw a small herb with paired leaves and small flowers once used as stuffing for mattresses.
bedtime the usual time when one goes to bed or is supposed to go to bed.
bed-wetting urinating in bed, esp. at night; enuresis.
bee any of the flying, hairy-bodied, and often stinging insects that live either in social networks or alone, many of which suck nectar from flowers.
beebread a mixture of nectar and pollen made by bees to feed to their larvae.
beech a deciduous tree of temperate regions that has smooth gray bark and bears small, edible nuts. [2 definitions]
beechen consisting of or made of beech.
beech mast the nuts of the beech tree, esp. those that have fallen off the tree.
beechnut the small, edible nut of the beech tree.
bee-eater any of several small, brightly colored tropical birds that feed chiefly on bees and other insects.
beef the flesh of a cow or steer, or such animals when raised for meat. [4 definitions]
beefalo the hybrid offspring of beef cattle and the American buffalo.
beef bourguignon a dish consisting of braised cubes of beef in a red-wine sauce, often with mushrooms or other vegetables.
beefcake (informal) photography of men with attractive physiques, usu. in brief garments. (Cf. cheesecake.)
beef cattle cattle bred and raised for meat.
beefeater a guard at the Tower of London, or a yeoman in the English royal guard.