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  • bairn So how, my bairn?
  • bait Others must have fresh bait; others, again, carried to better grounds where there are more game signs.
  • ban As might be naturally expected from a compact so injurious to many of the parties to it, disputes have arisen; several booksellers have been placed under the ban of the combination, who allege that they have not violated its rules, and who accuse the opposite party of using spies, etc.
  • barn Some hens were walking on the barn-steps.
  • basin There was no sound but the faint ripple of the water into the basin and the quiet breathing of the three.
  • bataan He was the parish priest of the pueblo of Hermosa in the province of Bataan.
  • batik The process of the batik is performed with hot wax in a liquid state applied by means of the chanting.
  • baton It represented the dress-parade at sunset, the companies drawn up in line at parade-rest and the band in full blast going through its evolutions in the foreground, with a peculiarly magnificent drum-major in bear-skin hat and plumes at the head, swinging a gorgeous baton.
  • batten This morning Sir W. Batten with Colonel Birch to Deptford, to pay off two ships.
  • batting I could not get any wickets however much I tried until we played Pembroke, who were not exactly a strong batting side, and to make things easier for me they had their three best men away.
  • beading Also supplied with beading top and bottom, 6d. each.
  • bean Why, sir, he thess took one look at the gate an' then he cut an' run hard ez he could-limped acrost the yard thess like a flash o' zig-zag lightnin'-an' 'fore anybody could stop him, he had clumb to the tip top o' the butter-bean arbor-clumb it thess like a cat-an' there he set, a-swingin' his feet under him, an' laughin', the rain thess a-streakin' his hair all over his face.
  • beaten Then the King, calling his chief goldsmith, told him to make for the Princess the dress of beaten gold.
  • beating In the blaze of noon, when fortitude is awake and the heart beating high perhaps with resentment, nothing but the goadings of despair could make me face her.
  • betting There was a great deal of betting, and all of the men handled the great roll of bills they wagered with a flippant recklessness which could only be accounted for in Gallegher's mind by temporary mental derangement.
  • bin Why Ide a bin what Ide a pleased.
  • biotin Unlike most vitamins, which are noncovalently bound to enzymes, biotin is chemically linked (covalently bound), and therefore cannot be easily removed from the enzyme denaturation.
  • biting Miss Sanford, biting her lips, looked reproachfully at Blake, and Mrs. Truscott hid her face in her hands.
  • boating In a word, where in America we row by all that is self-sacrificing and loyal, in England the welfare of boating is made to depend upon its attractiveness as a recreation and a sport; if it were not enjoyable to the normal man, nothing could force fellows into it.
  • botany "But, mamma, it's a term used in botany.
  • brain It flashes like sunshine into my brain!
  • britain There is not a homestead in Great Britain that in one form or another has not caught a reflection of its blood-red ray.
  • butane Alternatively, hexachlorobutadiene can be directly synthesized via the chlorination of butane or butadiene.
  • latin "You only lack a pretty daughter-in-law to pass the rest of your days in this 'aurea mediocritas,' the wish of the Latin poet, surrounded by family joys.
  • obtain Piqued at my not being able to obtain an appointment from her, I contrived one day to catch her at the bottom of a back staircase by which she used to come to my room, and, I must confess, with the intention of using a little violence, if necessary.
  • satin Here seemed the first pale primrose of the coming spring-an invitation to Satin Lodge!
  • stain There are pangs which, like a drop of blood cast into flowing water, stain the whole current instantly.
  • tan Mr. Keeler smiled, showing his white teeth which contrasted so strongly with the deep tan on his complexion.
  • tarn When I re-entered the surgery I found Tarn still standing in just the same pose and place, as if he had not moved a hair's-breadth since I left him.
  • tin Half these ships were engaged in carrying goods on Government account; and I was told that the quantity of boots, clothing, saltpetre, lead, and tin, which they bring into the country, is very great.
  • Baaing He walked very slowly down the church, and said the Amen at the end of the Thanksgiving wherever he happened to be, and that was generally half-way up the gallery stairs, whence his feeble voice, with a good tremolo, used to sound like the distant baaing of a sheep.
  • Bating In proportion to the thinness of the skin treated, the processes are more rapidly finished and less complex, the tannage is a little lighter, heavy materials such as valonia being used sparsely if at all. Generally speaking, the goods have a longer and mellower liming and bating, the lime being more thoroughly removed than for the leathers previously described, to produce greater pliability, and everything must tend in this direction.
  • Butting As they crossed the barnyard the calf approached them playfully, leaping stiff-legged into the air, and making a pretense of butting at them with its hornless young head.
  • Brian "Oh, easily enough," said Brian, rather confused.
  • Taine Taine dwelt on the disintegration impending when artists tended to appeal to the expert rather than to the public as a whole.
  • BANI In B.C. 666 Asshur-bani-pal made, in person, a second expedition into Egypt, defeated Rut-Ammon upon the frontier, recovered Memphis, marched upon Thebes, Rut-Ammon retiring as he advanced, stormed and sacked the great city, inflicted wanton injury on its temples, carried off its treasures, and enslaved its population.
  • Baden "Yes, he is bound for Baden-Baden.

28 words made from the letters btain

3 letter words made from btain:

bai, tia, ban, ain, tan, ani, tin, bit, tab, tai, nib, ant, nab, nit, bat, bin.

4 letter words made from btain:

5 letter words made from btain:

bitan, batin, banti, binta.

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