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  • ban According to Binjhwar tradition Nanga Baiga and Nangi Baigin dwelt on the kajli ban pahar, which being interpreted is the hill of elephants, and may well refer to the ranges of Mandla and Bilaspur.
  • bane Long speeches, it should be said, are the bane of this early French tragedy, and for nearly a century the evil increased instead of diminishing.
  • barman Whilst Tippitt was enjoying his fourth pint that morning at The Green Lion, Bindle borrowed a large watering-can, which was handed up to him on the roof of the pantechnicon by a surprised barman.
  • barmy Older fans may actually remember that it was originally sung 6 years earlier when Jack Charlton took charge and said that Wednesdays fans must be barmy to travel to an away match.
  • barn He swung her up into the saddle with him, and in triumph she rode to the barn.
  • barony Rude jokes, from some of the new denizens of the monastery, were spent on the improbability of his finding sister or lands; if it were in the Barony of Glenuskie, the House of Albany had taken the administration of that into their own hands.
  • batman Somewhat to his surprise, the small man he had selected earlier in the day to be his batman entered from an inner room, also resplendent in the Haer uniform and obviously happily so.
  • beaming It was a very good world, quite one of the best, with Arthur beaming upon it like a sun.
  • bean The stone was astonished, and the bean was a little frightened.
  • bemoan As for Mr Preddle, he would sit against the bulk-head and bemoan his fate as long as he could get a listener, and half his discourse would be about his fish, the other about the unfortunate passengers.
  • ben It was Lem who told me how Ben offered to be a friend to Jack.
  • benny Benny spoke soberly, and with evident sympathy.
  • bin By Guy, if it hedn't bin for Oliver o' Deaf Martha's I should ha' said it wur hevin' a prayer-meetin' i' th' snow.
  • bm
  • bombay
  • bonny
  • bony
  • botany
  • bowman
  • brainy
  • bran
  • brawny
  • briny
  • bun
  • bunny
  • main
  • maine
  • man
  • mane
  • mania
  • mann
  • manna
  • manor
  • many
  • mean
  • meany
  • men
  • min
  • mingy
  • mn
  • moan
  • mon
  • money
  • oman
  • omani
  • romany
  • tubman
  • Bowmen
  • Mun
  • Barney "But you wouldn't like anything like that to happen in your father's house," said Father Barney.
  • Marne
  • Mani
  • bemoans The British band, Half Man Half Biscuit, refer to Bulbarrow Hill in the track, Third Track Main Camera Four Minutes, taken from their 2000 album Trouble Over Bridgwater, in which the narrator bemoans the increasing popularity of 'trendy' holiday destinations such as Cuba and Iceland, saying 'I’d much rather go down to Dorset, with its wonderful Bulbarrow Hill.
  • BMW
  • BANI Uruq Bani Maarid has been designated an Important Plant Area because of the richness of its plant life as compared to other parts of the Empty Quarter, and the presence of many plant species endemic to the Arabian Peninsula.
  • badman And this is the case of Mr. Badman.
  • barmen Oberbarmen (Upper Barmen) is the eastern part of Barmen, and Unterbarmen (Lower Barmen) the western part.
  • binman

20 words made from the letters bmany

3 letter words made from bmany:

aby, nab, nay, mba, abm, amb, yam, man, any, mya, bay, ban, may.

5 letter words made from bmany:

namby, manby, byman.

4 letter words made from bmany:

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