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bring up to take care of (a child) until the child is an adult. [4 definitions]
brink the edge or brim of a slope or cliff. [2 definitions]
brinkmanship the practice of seeking advantage by pursuing a dangerous course of action to the brink of disaster.
briny of or like brine or salt water; very salty. [2 definitions]
brio sprightliness or vivacity; vigor.
brioche a sweet, airy bun or roll made with butter, yeast, flour, and eggs.
briquette a small brick or cube of charcoal or compressed coal dust, used as fuel in cooking.
bris the Jewish practice of circumcising boys eight days after birth; Brith; Brith Milah
brisk active or energetic; lively; quick. [3 definitions]
brisket in livestock, the part of the chest adjacent to the ribs, or the meat derived from it.
brisling a small fish of the northeastern Atlantic; sprat.
bristle a short, stiff hair, esp. on an animal. [6 definitions]
bristlecone pine a small pine growing at high altitudes in the western United States that is the longest-lived conifer known, some specimens being over four thousand years old.
bristle worm a segmented worm of the class Polychaeta with bristled appendages.
Bristol board a fine-grained, heavy pasteboard used by artists, printers, and the like.
Brit (informal) a person from Great Britain; Briton.
brit the young of herring. [2 definitions]
Britain the main island of the United Kingdom, located off the northwest coast of France and occupied by England, Scotland, and Wales; Great Britain. [2 definitions]
Britannia Great Britain or the British Empire, often represented as a seated, helmeted woman holding a trident. [3 definitions]
Britannia metal an alloy of tin, copper, antimony, and other metals, similar to pewter and used for tableware.
Britannic of Great Britain; British. [2 definitions]