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  • ban She makes an exception, however, in favour of the emperor and his nephew, not wishing to place a ban upon them; but she will not care if the emperor, her lord, does not come.
  • banal It must be so; there is no profession so absolutely banal as diplomacy.
  • bane Children are the bane of my existence."
  • banner The procedure here is the same as previously described and the offering is made into a banner and placed in a tree or upon a hill.
  • bar She seemed to have a strange power over Pilot, for the dog did not bar her entrance in the least.
  • barn Mildrid looked back once when she came to the barn, and he nodded to her.
  • bean The old bean farm-house, and barley well-sweep, and the fields bounded with corn twig fences, and horses made of silk-weed, and manes and tales of corn-silk-there is beauty," sez he.
  • bear I didn't think he had it in him, the old bear."
  • being "I can't help being angry," she continued.
  • ben He drew Uncle Ben aside, and talked with him for some time in a low voice.
  • benny But he understood what Benny had in mind and saw wisdom in obeying the command to hold his hand.
  • bias They create an initial bias that is in only too many cases fatal to real independence of thought.
  • bier There, to desolation hurled, Widowed love may watch thy bier, Balm thee with its dying tear.
  • bin It blow'd up about two hours arter you left for London, an' we've bin at it ever since.
  • binary If the orbit of a very close binary is seen edge on, the light of the two stars will coalesce twice in every revolution.
  • bind From the great admiration Sir Ulick expressed for Lady Millicent, and the constant attention-more than gallant-tender attention, which Sir Ulick paid her, Ormond was persuaded that, but for that half of the broken chain of matrimony which still encumbered him whom it could not bind, Sir Ulick would be very glad to offer Lady Millicent not only his heart but his hand.
  • binder "Doctor Binder," he said, "all that this young lady told me just now is strictly true.
  • binge If a person drives while drunk or regularly consuming binge drink (more than five standard drinks in one drinking session), they are considered to have been involved in alcohol abuse.
  • bingo "A man can't always be diplomatic," grumbles Bingo.
  • biter It grows to a foot in length, though usually about eight or nine inches, and is a free biter at the same baits as the yellow-tail.
  • blear A yawning soldier knelt against the bank, Staring across the morning blear with fog; He wondered when the Allemands would get busy; And then, of course, they started with five-nines Traversing, sure as fate, and never a dud. Mute in the clamour of shells he watched them burst Spouting dark earth and wire with gusts from hell, While posturing giants dissolved in drifts of smoke.
  • boar Abul-Hassan noticed that his bride quitted the nuptial couch as soon as she thought her husband was asleep, and did not return to it, till an boar before dawn.
  • bone And then there was a little snap of a bone broken and Drennen's hand fell away and Kootanie George, drawing a long, sobbing breath, rolled clear of him and slowly rose to his feet.
  • bonn
  • bonny
  • bony
  • bun
  • bunny
  • burner
  • dinar
  • diner
  • finer
  • linear
  • liner
  • lunar
  • miner
  • minor
  • nina
  • sinai
  • sonar
  • Bono
  • Dinah
  • Gina
  • Ina
  • Lina
  • Tina
  • Bonner
  • Dina
  • bins When the gods, or the elements, or Providence, arranged the world as a fit habitation for man, India and Burma were made the dust-bins.
  • BIA Bia. But he does not. Too oft I find him here.
  • BANI The airports it is responsible for include Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Ain International Airport, Al Bateen Executive Airport, Dalma Airport and Sir Bani Yas Airport.
  • bonier
  • biker Beyond the Law (1992) – based on the real life story of an undercover DEA Agent infiltrating a notorious biker gang involved with drug and gun running; starring Charlie Sheen Chaplin (1992) – based on the life of British comedian-actor Charlie Chaplin, starring Robert Downey, Jr.

27 words made from the letters binar

3 letter words made from binar:

ain, nib, ani, rbi, arb, bin, bar, nab, rib, rna, bra, air, bai, ira, ban.

5 letter words made from binar:

brain, biran, barin, rabin, bairn.

4 letter words made from binar:

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