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anticlimax a descent from important or powerful ideas, esp. in speech or writing, to much less significant ones. [1/3 definitions]
any one or some of a certain thing, no matter which, how much, or how many. [1/7 definitions]
archaic having the features or characteristics typical of a much older time; antiquated. [1/3 definitions]
at the drop of a hat without much provocation; easily.
badly very much; to a great degree. [1/4 definitions]
barrel (sometimes pl.) a large quantity; much. [1/6 definitions]
beaten used by many people; much traveled. [1/3 definitions]
beaucoup (French) very much or many.
bellyful (informal) as much as, or more than, one wants or can endure.
blab one who talks too much or indiscreetly; blabbermouth. [1/4 definitions]
blubbery having much blubber. [1/3 definitions]
bluegrass a grass having a blue-green color and much used in pastures and lawns, found esp. in Kentucky. [1/2 definitions]
blue whale the largest whale, as much as one hundred feet long, with a bluish gray back, yellow undersides, and grooves running lengthwise on the throat and abdomen.
bookworm a person much devoted to books and study. [1/2 definitions]
brevity the writing or saying of much in few words; terseness. [1/2 definitions]
bright filled with, reflecting, or emitting much light; shining. [1/7 definitions]
Brill's disease a form of typhus considered to be a recurrence of a much earlier infection.
buck and wing a fast tap dance characterized by much leaping and heel clicking.
buhrstone a type of rock with much silica, used for grinding; millstone.
built-up having much development or many buildings, as an area or region. [1/2 definitions]
busy characterized by much work or activity. [1/5 definitions]