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anchor a heavy device, connected by a cable to a boat or ship, that is dropped to the bottom of a body of water to restrict the vessel's motion. [1/7 definitions]
aweigh in nautical terminology, not quite touching the bottom of a body of water (used of an anchor).
barrel a cylindrical vessel with a flat top and bottom, often made of wood staves hooped together and having bulging sides. [1/6 definitions]
basal at, pertaining to, or comprising the bottom part or support. [1/3 definitions]
base1 the bottom part of something. [1/7 definitions]
bed the bottom of a body of water. [1/10 definitions]
bedding something that forms a bottom layer. [1/3 definitions]
bedrock a bottom layer or foundation; base. [1/3 definitions]
benthos the bottom layer of a body of water.
berm a level ledge or strip at the top, bottom, or side of a slope, or along the back of a beach. [1/3 definitions]
bikini a very brief, two-piece bathing suit for women, or underpants cut like the bottom half of this bathing suit.
bilge the rounded part of a ship's hull between the bottom and the sides. [2/5 definitions]
blast furnace a large, vertical furnace in which metal, esp. iron, is smelted from ore by means of heat intensified by a blast of air forced in at the bottom.
bonefish any of several silvery marine fishes, esp. a bottom-feeder living in shallow tropical waters, having a skeleton composed of many small bones.
boom2 a long horizontal pole that extends and positions the bottom of a sail. [1/5 definitions]
bottom to provide with a base or bottom. [3/11 definitions]
bottomless having no bottom. [1/3 definitions]
breech the bottom or lower part of a pulley. [1/3 definitions]
Bunsen burner a cylindrical burner, used in laboratories, that has holes at the bottom where air enters, mixes with gas, and produces a hot blue flame.
buoy a float attached by line to the bottom of a body of water to mark a location. [1/5 definitions]
burette a perfectly cylindrical tube with a stopcock near the bottom, used esp. by chemists for measuring out precise amounts of liquid.