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  • 161 bil|ber|ry — «BIHL BEHR ee, buhr », noun, plural ries. 1. a) a small, edible, bluish black berry, much like a blueberry; whortleberry. b) the shrub that it grows on. It belongs to the health family. 2. any one of various related plants. ╂[apparently <… …

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  • 162 bil|bo — bil|bo1 «BIHL boh», noun, plural boes. Usually, bilboes. a long, iron bar fastened down at one end by a lock, and with sliding shackles. Bilboes were formerly used to confine the ankles of prisoners. ╂[perhaps < Bilbao, a city in Spain]… …

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  • 163 Bil|dungs|ro|man — «BIHL dungs roh MAHN», noun. German. 1. a novel whose theme is the growth and development of its hero. 2. (literally) education novel …

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  • 164 bil|har|zi|a|sis — «BIHL hahr ZY uh sihs», noun. a disease caused by bilharzia; schistosomiasis …

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  • 165 bil|har|zi|a — «bihl HAHR zee uh», noun (plural). a group of flatworms parasitic in the veins or the pelvic region and urinary organs of human beings, especially in Egypt and other parts of Africa. ╂[< New Latin Bilharzia < Theodor M. Bilharz, 1825 1862,… …

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  • 166 bil|i|ar|y — «BIHL ee EHR ee», adjective. 1. a) of bile. b) carrying bile: »a biliary duct. 2. caused by trouble with the bile; bilious. ╂[< French biliaire < New Latin biliaris < Latin bīlis bile] …

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  • 167 bil´ious|ness — bil|ious «BIHL yuhs», adjective. 1. suffering from or caused by some trouble with the bile or the liver: »a bilious attack. 2. Figurative. peevish; cross; bad tempered: »a bilious person. He looked at his work with a bilious eye. 3. having to do… …

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  • 168 bil´ious|ly — bil|ious «BIHL yuhs», adjective. 1. suffering from or caused by some trouble with the bile or the liver: »a bilious attack. 2. Figurative. peevish; cross; bad tempered: »a bilious person. He looked at his work with a bilious eye. 3. having to do… …

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  • 169 bil|ious — «BIHL yuhs», adjective. 1. suffering from or caused by some trouble with the bile or the liver: »a bilious attack. 2. Figurative. peevish; cross; bad tempered: »a bilious person. He looked at his work with a bilious eye. 3. having to do with bile …

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  • 170 bil|i|ru|bin — «BIHL uh ROO bihn», noun. the reddish yellow pigment normally found in bile. ╂[< Latin bīlis bile + ruber red + English in] …

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  • 171 bil|i|ver|din — «BIHL uh VUR dihn», noun. a green pigment found in the bile of herbivorous animals and artificially produced by the oxidation of bilirubin. ╂[< Latin bīlis bile + viridis green + English in] …

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  • 172 bil|la|bong — «BIHL uh bong», noun. in Australia: 1. a branch of a river flowing away from the main stream. 2. a backwater or stagnant pool. ╂[< native Australian name < billa river + bung dead] …

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  • 173 bil|let-doux — «BIHL ee DOO, ay », noun, plural bil|lets doux « DOOZ». a love letter. ╂[< French billet doux (literally) sweet note] …

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  • 174 bil|let|ed — «BIHL uh tihd», adjective. 1. (of wood) cut into billets. 2. (of iron or steel) molded into billets. 3. Architecture. decorated with billets …

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  • 175 bil|le|tor — bil|let|er or bil|le|tor «BIHL uh tuhr», noun. a person who provides quarters or lodging for soldiers …

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  • 176 bil|let|er — or bil|le|tor «BIHL uh tuhr», noun. a person who provides quarters or lodging for soldiers …

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  • 177 bil|let — bil|let1 «BIHL iht», noun, verb, let|ed, let|ing. –n. 1. a written order to provide board and lodging for a soldier. 2. a place where a soldier is lodged. SYNONYM(S): lodging, station. 3 …

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  • 178 bil|liard|ist — «BIHL yuhr dihst», noun. a billiard player …

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  • 179 bil|liards — «BIHL yuhrdz», noun. 1. a game played with billiard balls on a special table with a raised, cushioned edge. A long stick (cue) is used to hit the balls. 2. any one of several related games, especially pocket billiards or pool. ╂[< Middle… …

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  • 180 bil|liard — «BIHL yuhrd», adjective, noun. –adj. of or for billiards: »a billiard table. –n. 1. a point made in billiards by successively striking the two other balls with the cue ball. 2. U.S. Informal. a carom …

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