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  • bale Every bushel of buckwheat and every barrel of apples and every bale of cotton bears his name; the beef that he takes to market, the sheep that he herds on his pastures, the horse that he drives,-these are his products and they carry his name.
  • beef She gave Rosalie very particular directions about the beef-tea, and slipped in her pocket a tiny parcel, which she told her to give to her mother.
  • beefy He even made an attempt to speed up to Beefy's rate of shovelling, although he knew by old experience alongside Beefy that he could never keep up with him, the unchallenged champion of the old gang.
  • behalf He also contributed a weekly letter to The Lion, which R. Carlile started on his behalf.
  • belau conventional long form: Republic of Palau conventional short form: Palau local long form: Beluu er a Belau local short form: Belau former: Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Palau District
  • belay M-- M-- made haste to go in, but I stayed to belay my boat with a lock and chain against thieves, who pass the night pleasantly by stealing whatever they can lay hands on.
  • belie This kind of emancipation appeared something monstrous, and people were almost astonished that the graceful and dignified bearing of the young lady should belie so completely the calumnies circulated by Madame de Saint-Dizier and her friends, with regard to the pretended madness of her niece.
  • belief And this, child, was the real belief of the whole contemptible crew!
  • believe I believe the difference would be between 2s.
  • bell Yes, it's I; like the bad penny, back again, Lady Bell.
  • belle Larousse calls her " Belle, instruite, spirituelle mais sceptique et materialiste."
  • bevel O Henley, in my hours of ease You may say anything you please, But when I join the Muse's revel, Begad, I wish you at the devil! In vain my verse I plane and bevel, Like Banville's rhyming devotees; In vain by many an artful swivel Lug in my meaning by degrees; I'm sure to hear my Henley cavil; And grovelling prostrate on my knees, Devote his body to the seas, His correspondence to the devil!
  • bile But there can be no doubt that those complaints had not less the direct object of keeping the name of the Ex-Emperor before the eyes of Europe; that they were meant as stimulants to partisanship in France; and that, while they gratified the incurable bile of the fallen dynasty against England, they were also directed to produce the effect of reminding the French soldiery that Napoleon was still in existence.
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  • bleak Were these bleak and obdurate circumstances an imposture?
  • blear In a moment the bishop was staggering back, and would have fallen unless he had had the timber wall of the church to sustain him. In a moment, maddened beyond endurance by the outrage, by the words, by the demeanor of the prelate, in forgetfulness of the sacred office of the man who insulted him, in forgetfulness of his own sacred office, forgetful of everything save the slur cast on the one dearest to him in the whole world, the one to whom he looked with a reverence which from her extended to all womanhood, the incandescent Welsh blood in his veins burst into sudden flame, and he struck Bernard in the face, on the mouth that had slandered her and insulted him. And the bishop reeled back and stood speechless, with blear eyes fixed, his hands extended against the split logs, and from his lips, cut with his teeth, blood was flowing.
  • bleat Even sheep are "miserable if separated only for an hour;" they bleat pathetically and are disconsolate, though there is no question of an "absorbing passion for one."
  • bleed Let virtue fire us to the martial deed; We fight to conquer and we dare to bleed: Witness ye fathers!
  • bleep Although these performances are rarely tied specifically to a recent album release, the uptempo material from the Bleep and Microgravity/Patashnik era is occasionally featured in Biosphere performances.
  • bluff It's in a bluff.
  • bola Called Bermeoko bola jokoa in Basque and bolo de Bermeo in Spanish.
  • bole There were not a few whose huge trunks, of such girth that two men together could not encompass them with outstretched arms, rose to a height of more than sixty feet before throwing out a horizontal branch, and these branches, almost trees in themselves, spread forty-eight feet on each side of the bole, lifting a mountain of rich verdure above them, and casting a delicious shade upon the ground beneath them.
  • elf We'll go on now to the little hut, and if Vera and Elf come poking along a half-hour later, they can just sit on this wall, and see if they enjoy waiting as well as we did.
  • leaf When the tree heard it, it rustled all over, and sent word back to the trembling leaf.
  • leafy She peered between the leafy branches.
  • loaf He fought under promise of the loaf, and in victory was denied the crumbs.
  • Blew She blew out the lamp and threw herself fully dressed upon the bed.
  • Belem But there is a distinct likeness between the figures of Dom Manoel and his queen which adorn the west door of the church at Belem, and the portrait of the king and queen in this picture.
  • Leif Leif sat huddled by the bulwarks, with a white face and a gasp in his throat, like one coming out of a swoon.
  • Bella So we thought, my mother and I, Nicholas and Bella, as we lay, one beautiful morning, becalmed in the English Channel.
  • Beulah Shortly after this talk Bob left for Europe with Beulah.
  • Berle As the terrorists bomb counts down, clips from the entire series play as both counterpoint and summation, all leading up to an explosive finale instigated by the legendary Milton Berle, clad in ninja garb.
  • Bela When the revolution led by Bela Kun broke out in Budapest he escaped from that city on foot, only to be arrested by the Rumanians as he was crossing the Rumanian frontier.
  • Beliefs He had a theory that much of the variance existing between Jews and Christians had its foundation in mutual ignorance and misapprehension of their different religious beliefs.
  • Bella's Another parting gift I much prized was a woollen comforter knitted by Bella's own hands.

47 words made from the letters beleaf

5 letter words made from beleaf:

abele, abeel, lafee, feela, fable, fabel, feebl, balfe, albee.

4 letter words made from beleaf:

3 letter words made from beleaf:

alb, elf, bee, lab, afl, bel, lee, eel, lea, fee, feb, lbf, ale, fab.

6 letter words made from beleaf:

beflea.

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