Bewilder to confuse or puzzle completely.
Bewitch to enchant; charm; fascinate:
Bombard to attack or batter with artillery fire.
Bicker to run rapidly; move quickly; rush; hurry.
Bone to remove the bones from.
Barricade to obstruct or block with a barricade.
Boo to cry boo in derision.
Bind to fasten or secure with a band or bond.
Book to read the awesome book.
Barter to exchange in trade, as one commodity for another; trade.
Bisect to cut or divide into two equal or nearly equal parts.
Boot to kick the football
Base to make or form a base or foundation for.
Booze to drink alcohol, especially to excess.
Bite to grip or hold with the teeth.
Bash to strike with a crushing or smashing blow.
Bivouac to rest or assemble in such an area; encamp.
Border to form a border or boundary to.
Bask Obsolete. to expose to warmth or heat.
Blab to reveal indiscreetly and thoughtlessly.
Bore to weary by dullness, tedious repetition.
Black to make black; put black on; blacken.
Baste to sew with long, loose stitches, as in temporarily tacking together pieces of a garment while it is being made.
Borrow to use, appropriate, or introduce from another source or from a foreign source:
Bat to strike or hit with or as if with a bat or club.
Boss to be boss.
Bathe to swim for pleasure.
Blackmail to extort money from (a person) by the use of threats.
Batter to damage by beating or hard usage.
Blame to hold responsible; find fault with; censure:
Botanize to study plants or plant life.
Battle to engage in battle:
Blanch to scald briefly and then drain, like peaches or almonds to facilitate removal of skins, or as rice or macaroni to separate the grains or strands.
Both to do or say in a bungling manner.
Bawl to offer for sale by shouting, as a hawker.
Blank to not filled in, as a printed form.
Bother to take the trouble; trouble or inconvenience oneself.
Blare to sound loudly; proclaim noisily:
Bottom to strike against the bottom or end; reach the bottom.
Bead to form or cause to form beads or a bead on.
Blaspheme to speak evil of; slander; abuse.
Bound to bound
Beamto transmits (a signal) in a particular direction.
Blast to cause to shrivel or wither; blight.
Bear to hold or remain firm under (a load).
Bow to cause to submit; subdue; crush.
Beat to dash against.
Blazon to describe in heraldic terminology.
Bowl to give (a floor) a gentle inclination on all sides toward some area, as a stage or platform.
Beautify to make or become beautiful.
Become to be attractive on; befit in appearance; look well on.
Bleach to make whiter or lighter in colour, as by exposure to sunlight or a chemical agent.
Bleat to give forthwith or as if with a bleat:
Box to put something into a box.
Boycott to combine in abstaining from, or preventing dealings with, as a means of intimidation or coercion.
Brace to fix firmly; make steady; secure against pressure or impact.
Bedeck to deck out; adorn, especially in a showy or gaudy manner.
Blemish to destroy or diminish the perfection of.
Brag to boast of.
Blend to mix (various sorts or grades) in order to obtain a particular kind or quality.
Braid to form by such weaving.
Beg to ask (someone) to give or do something; implore.
Bless to get blessed from god
Brainwash to cause (someone) to undergo brainwashing.
Beget to cause; produce as an effect.
Blight to destroy; ruin; frustrate.
Begin to come into existence; arise; originate.
Brake to slow or stop by means of or as if by means of a brake.
Behave to conduct or comport (oneself) in a proper manner.
Blink to open and close (the eye or eyes), usually rapidly and repeatedly.
Branch to divide into branches or sections.
Block to get blocked by someone
Behead to cut off the head of; kill or execute by decapitation.
Brandish to shake or wave, as a weapon; flourish.
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