“You know how to whistle, don’t you…You just put your lips together and blow.” This was made famous in a movie by Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart. Okay, maybe we won’t whistle today. Instead, we will have a list of words. They all start with a letter of the alphabet that’s as easy as whistling.
Get ready. Put your lips together. Now blow, letting your lips resist opening for a second. You just made the letter “B”.
Words that Start with B
What Are Words that Start with B?
In the modern English alphabet, B is the second letter. The alphabet has its roots in Latin script and was formed in the 7th century, although you can also find counterparts in Old English. B is usually pronounced as “bee,” or “buh.” Following is a big list of B words (words starting with B).
There are many words that start with B, ranging from basic to complex words. Some common words include book, ball, boy, and blue. Then there are more complex words like biography, bombardment, benevolent, and benefactor.
B is also used as a prefix in many words, such as biannual, bisexual, and bilingual.
Positive Words that Start with B
Below are 50 B words that are considered positive:
|Backbone||He showed great backbone in the face of danger|
|Bargain||She found a great bargain at the thrift store|
|Bask||He loved to bask in the sunshine on the beach|
|Beatific||She had a beatific smile on her face|
|Beau||He was a true beau and always treated her well|
|Beautiful||The sunset was a beautiful sight to behold|
|Becoming||Her new haircut was very becoming|
|Befriend||He decided to befriend his new neighbor|
|Beguiling||Her eyes were beguiling and mysterious|
|Believer||He was a firm believer in the power of positive thinking|
|Belong||She felt like she belonged in the new city|
|Beloved||The family dog was a beloved companion|
|Beneficial||The new policy was beneficial to employees|
|Beneficially||She was able to use the funds beneficially|
|Beneficiary||She was the beneficiary of the trust|
|Benefit||Regular exercise can benefit your health|
|Benevolent||The kind old man had a benevolent nature|
|Benign||The tumor turned out to be benign|
|Best||She did her best on the test|
|Better||He was determined to make a better life for himself|
|Betterment||The organization was dedicated to the betterment of society|
|Bighearted||He was a bighearted man who always helped others|
|Bingo||He shouted “Bingo!” when he won the game|
|Blameless||She was blameless in the accident|
|Blazing||The sun was blazing in the sky|
|Blazingly||The car was blazingly fast on the racetrack|
|Bless||She asked God to bless her family|
|Blessing||Winning the lottery was a blessing|
|Bliss||She felt a sense of bliss in her meditation|
|Blissful||The newlyweds were in a blissful state|
|Bloom||The flowers were in full bloom|
|Blooming||Her garden was blooming with color|
|Blossoming||Their love was blossoming into something beautiful|
|Bodacious||The surfers caught some bodacious waves|
|Bolster||He wanted to bolster his argument with some facts|
|Bonanza||The company struck a bonanza with their new product|
|Bonus||She received a bonus for her hard work|
|Boost||The energy drink gave him a boost of energy|
|Booster||The vaccine was a booster for her immune system|
|Boundless||Her creativity was boundless|
|Bountiful||The harvest was bountiful this year|
|Bounty||The pirate ship was filled with bounty|
|Brainy||She was a brainy student who excelled in math|
|Bravery||His bravery in the face of danger was admirable|
|Breakthrough||The new drug was a breakthrough in medical science|
|Breathtaking||The view from the mountaintop was breathtaking|
|Breathtakingly||The ballerina’s performance was breathtakingly beautiful|
|Bright||The stars were bright in the night sky|
|Brighten||The flowers brightened up the room|
|Brightest||The sun was at its brightest in the afternoon|
Descriptive Words that Start with B
Below are 50 words starting with B that are used to describe things:
|Babbling||Talking rapidly and continuously without making sense|
|Back||Located behind or at the rear of something|
|Bad||Not good or pleasant; unfavorable|
|Baffling||Confusing or puzzling|
|Bald||Having no hair on the head|
|Baled||Packaged or wrapped in bales|
|Ballistic||Relating to the motion of projectiles|
|Banal||Lacking in originality; boring|
|Banned||Prohibited or forbidden|
|Barbed||Having sharp projections pointing outward|
|Bare||Lacking covering or clothing|
|Barefoot||Without shoes or socks on the feet|
|Bashful||Shy or hesitant in social situations|
|Basic||Fundamental or essential|
|Bawling||Crying or sobbing loudly|
|Beaming||Radiating joy or happiness|
|Befuddled||Confused or bewildered|
|Bent||Not straight or curved|
|Berserk||Wildly out of control or violent|
|Best||Of the highest quality or excellence|
|Bickering||Arguing or quarreling over petty matters|
|Bifurcated||Divided into two branches or parts|
|Bilingual||Able to speak two languages fluently|
|Billed||Charged or described as having specific features or qualities|
|Bipedal||Using two legs for walking or moving|
|Bitter||Having a sharp or unpleasant taste or smell|
|Bizarre||Very strange or unusual|
|Bland||Lacking in flavor or interest|
|Blank||Having no marks or writing on it|
|Blase||Unimpressed or indifferent to something because of familiarity|
|Bleeding||Losing blood from a wound or injury|
|Blonde||Having light-colored hair|
|Bluish||Having a blue tint or color|
|Blythe||Cheerful and carefree|
|Boiling||Very hot or intense|
|Bored||Feeling weary or uninterested|
|Boring||Dull and uninteresting|
|Bossy||Fond of giving orders or being in control|
|Boundless||Unlimited or infinite|
|Brackish||Slightly salty or unpleasant to drink|
|Bratty||Behaving in an annoying or selfish manner|
|Brave||Courageous or fearless|
|Breathtaking||Astonishing or awe-inspiring|
|Breezy||Pleasantly windy or airy|
|Broken||Not functioning properly or in pieces|
|Brown||Having a color resembling that of wood or earth|
|Brunette||Having dark brown hair|
|Budding||Just beginning to develop or show potential|
|Bullying||Aggressively intimidating or mistreating others|
Related: Descriptive Words
Descriptive B Words in Sentences:
- The baby was babbling incoherently while playing with his toys.
- The back of the chair was comfortable and supportive.
- The food at the restaurant was so bad that we couldn’t finish our meal.
- The instructions for the game were baffling and hard to understand.
- The man was bald and had a shiny head.
- The hay was baled and ready to be transported.
- The ballistic missile was launched into space.
- The comedian’s jokes were banal and unoriginal.
- Smoking is banned in this restaurant.
- The barbed wire fence was designed to keep intruders out.
- The desert was so hot that the ground was bare of any vegetation.
- The children ran around barefoot in the park.
- She ran to the bathroom, barfing on the way.
- The shy girl was bashful and didn’t like to speak in front of others.
- He only had a basic understanding of the subject.
- The baby was bawling loudly, disturbing the other passengers.
- The sun was beaming down on us, making us feel warm and happy.
- The complicated math problem left him befuddled.
- The tree was bent over from the weight of the snow.
- The man went berserk and started smashing things in the room.
- This is the best pizza I’ve ever had.
- The couple was constantly bickering over small things.
- The river bifurcated into two smaller streams.
- The tour guide was bilingual and could speak both Spanish and English fluently.
- The item was billed as a high-quality product, but it turned out to be mediocre.
- Humans are bipedal, meaning they walk on two legs.
- The medicine had a bitter taste, but it was effective.
- The strange sculpture was bizarre and hard to understand.
- The soup was bland and needed more seasoning.
- The blank piece of paper was waiting to be written on.
- The teenager was blase about going to the concert, even though it was her favorite band.
- She was bleeding from a cut on her arm and needed a bandage.
- The actress dyed her hair blonde for the movie role.
- The sky turned bluish as the sun set over the ocean.
- The blythe child laughed and played in the park.
- The water was boiling hot and ready for tea.
- I was so bored that I fell asleep during the movie.
- The lecture was so boring that I had trouble staying awake.
- The bossy manager liked to micromanage her employees.
- The view from the top of the mountain was boundless and beautiful.
- The water in the pond was brackish and unpleasant to drink.
- The bratty child threw a tantrum when he didn’t get his way.
- The brave firefighter rushed into the burning building to save the people inside.
- The view from the mountaintop was breathtakingly beautiful.
- The breeze was cool and refreshing on a hot summer day.
- The vase was broken into several pieces when it fell off the table.
- The dog’s fur was a beautiful shade of brown.
- The actress dyed her hair brunette for the movie role.
- The plant was just budding and didn’t have any flowers yet.
- The bully was always picking on the smaller kids at school.
100 Common Words Starting with B
A very young child.; an infant
She rocked the baby to sleep
- baby carrots
- Let’s take baby steps at first
To care for to an extreme degree
I just want someone to baby me today
Used as a way of speaking to someone, Usually used flirtatiously or affectionately.
Hey, baby, you’re lookin’ good.
Room in the home where sleeping is done (bed+room)
We’ve turned the smallest bedroom into a nursery for our new baby.
Fermented alcoholic beverage. Typically made from grains such as barley, with hops added, then carbonated.
I’ve put the beer in the fridge to chill.
A computer site containing mainly statements and personal thoughts by the person who writes it.
Do you actually want to monetize your blog?
A winged vertebrate that is warm-blooded and covered with feathers.
Crane is a kind of bird with very long legs and neck.
Plural form of sound made, usually by people in a crowd, to indicate disapproval.
The performance was met with boos and hisses.
Today, I told my mom I was excited my boobs were getting bigger.
The bomb had been set with a four-hour fuse.
The play was a bomb.
When used with “the”, absolutely wonderful
The play was the bomb.
Given a start or life
She was born into a wealthy family.
A person who has authority
His boss gave him a reprimand for being late.
Color. Related to what the sky looks like.
They have dressed alike in blue jersey and knickers.
Color. Often used to describe African American people and things associated with them, like their culture.
I like the contrast of the white trousers with a black jacket.
A young male
The little boy sat in a gloomy corner.
To boil, steep, or ferment
I’ll brew up a fresh pot of tea when they arrive.
I thought I’d try the local brew.
The birds that eat bugs can see them from far away.
Problems with computer systems, software, etc.
The command module had shown several bugs in its components and a maddening fault with the communications systems.
To totally cover
He’d had to bury his pain over the years.
An alternative for rear end
If I go out on that ice, I will fall on my butt.
Teeming with activity
I’m afraid I’m busy tonight.
Purchase, give money in exchange for goods
I usually buy all my vegetables at the market.
Body area from the lower spine to the neck. Often used to denote responsibility.
Movement can be painful when you’ve hurt your back.
To have someone leave you alone about something, you say, “Get off my back“.
To tell a person you are loyal to them, you say, “I’ve got your back“.
Marker showing membership
He was wearing a badge with his name on it.
Loose, often flowing
He was wearing a stripy shirt and baggy blue trousers.
The location where edibles are cooked in ovens.
The smell of fresh bread from a bakery made him hungry but he did not stop.
Spheres used primarily in sports
She could not stop those balls from rolling round.
The sound made by a dog
The dog gave a loud bark.
Outside of a tree
The bark of plane trees peels off regularly.
Related to the starting point or essence
He knew the basic rules of the game
She was chosen for the job on the basis of her qualifications and ideas.
Plural, edible seeds often eaten with their pods as vegetables
The beans will only germinate if the temperature is warm enough.
The approaching car’s headlights were on full beam.
The sound a drum makes in music
They danced to the rhythmic beat of the music.
What happens when one team triumphs over another.
The Lakers beat the Pistons.
The front part of the body near the waist
He’s so fat, his belly hangs over his trousers.
If everyone is ready, I’ll begin.
Color, white with a hint of brown.
It was a white man in middle age, dressed in a light beige suit.
An instrument that makes a ringing sound
The bell is massive, weighing over 40 tons.
In a lower place
He dived below the surface of the water.
Very attractive to look at
It’s a very beautiful place in the summertime.
The moment when life begins
The baby weighed three kilos at birth.
Say another person did something wrong
Don’t blame me – it’s not my fault.
Have blood flow
And after about three days, I was in terrible pain and started to bleed a lot.
Blend a little milk with the custard powder to form a paste.
Unable to see
I must have been blind not to realize the danger we were in.
To close eyes for a very short time
When I told her how much it would cost, she didn’t even blink.
Article of clothing used to hold up pants
She wore a wide belt around her waist.
Drink, usually alcoholic
Think I’ll have a belt.
To cause, either by carrying, dragging, or some other means to come with you.
Please bring me a pot of coffee.
Written words, either on pages between covers or online, usually with a beginning, middle and end.
We searched for hours, but couldn’t find the book.
They sat in a corner booth, away from other diners.
Overly authoritative, controlling
She’s terribly bossy and nobody likes her much.
Dish with raised sides
A bowl of hot chicken soup will be good for you.
Temporary container, often cardboard
She removed every single thing from the box.
A person whose job is striking at an opponent with fists
The boxer turned aside the sudden blow with his left arm.
I had to brake suddenly, and the car behind me ran into me.
Split in more than one piece.
I want to break up with you.
You can’t brand all football supporters as hooligans.
He gave his name to a well-known brand of frozen food.
The organ that controls the body
The brain is a part of the nervous system of the human body.
She wore a brace to correct her gappy teeth.
A rectangular piece of building or paving material
The house has a wooden frame faced with brick.
Getting something done even though circumstances are disheartening
He was not brave enough to report the loss of the documents.
Make a gust of wind
If you blow that balloon up any more it will burst.
Woman on her wedding day
The bride and bridegroom received their guests in the great hall.
Baked side dish made of grains
She was sawing the bread with a blunt knife.
He earns his daily bread as a tourist guide.
Saunder’s lawyer made a brief statement to the press outside the court.
I can’t sweep without a broom.
Color, the color of dirt
He’s got brown eyes and a cheerful smile.
I have received a letter from my brother.
Add wine, chicken broth, and 2 cups of water.
To make something by putting more than one thing together
There are no plans to build new offices.
Round structure. Can be a light bulb or plant bulb.
I’m not very practical – I can’t even change a light bulb.
I received a bunch of flowers yesterday.
I will bunch these together
I’m afraid I’ve burnt the pizza.
A unit of data storage capacity or information on a computer
A graphic character is fixed length 2 bytes per character.
Long yellow fruit related to the plantain
I watched her take a banana from a paper bag, peel it, and offer it to Frank.
Hardly any at all
The water was barely dribbling out of the tap.
Hair grew on a man’s face
His chin was completely covered by his beard.
The white fur of the polar bear is a natural camouflage.
Don’t walk on the cold floor with bare feet.
This job is so boring. I wish I could do something more creative.
Characterized by a lack of interest
I’m bored: let’s go to the cinema.
The teacher pegged a notice to a notice board.
In seafood, a freshwater fish
Largemouth bass, yellow bass, channel catfish, and rainbow trout accounted for about 5 percent of the total.
In music, the low notes
Do you sing bass or baritone?
A woven container
I have picked out the bad tomatoes from the basket.
A container of water specifically for sitting in and cleansing the body
After a week of camping, I really needed a bath.
The air that comes into or goes from the body
Take a deep breath, and you will feel relaxed.
The act of inhaling or exhaling air
I can’t breathe in this room.
To experience change
The colors become mellow as the sun went down.
Adverb or adjective:
At an earlier date or time
I saw Simon shortly before his departure for Russia.
To consider to be the fact
You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
He is sitting beside her on the sofa.
Request for money from a debtor
He beckoned to the waiter to bring the bill.
I tend to binge on chocolate when I’m watching TV.
Money given for favors
She had been offered a $50 000 bribe to drop the charges.
Structure over water
There’s a wooden bridge over the river.
Reflecting a high level of light
The sunlight was very bright.
Can you glue the broken vase together?
Guide set for money spent
Cutting the budget was an impressive accomplishment.
Container for carrying liquids
Armed with a bucket and a mop, I started washing the floor.
Large, to an unusual extent
Plum growers say they are expecting a bumper harvest this year.
Subdivision of a department
The travel bureau is not so far from here.
Short for hamburger
Would you like a large or small cola with your burger?
Spread made from cream
Do you want butter or margarine on your toast?
Adjectives that Start with B
|Baboonish||Resembling or characteristic of a baboon|
|Babyish||Childish, immature or resembling a baby|
|Backbreaking||Physically demanding or strenuous|
|Backhand||A type of stroke or hit in tennis or badminton|
|Backward||Directed or facing towards the back; reluctant or underdeveloped|
|Baffled||Confused, puzzled or uncertain|
|Baffling||Perplexing or difficult to understand|
|Baggy||Loose-fitting and saggy|
|Baked||Cooked or hardened by heat|
|Balanced||Steady, stable or well-proportioned|
|Balding||Losing hair on the head, balding|
|Baleful||Threatening harm or menacing|
|Bandaged||Covered or wrapped in bandages|
|Banded||Marked with bands or stripes|
|Baneful||Destructive, harmful or deadly|
|Banging||Making a loud noise or beating hard|
|Barbarian||Savage, uncivilized or primitive|
|Bare||Naked or uncovered|
|Bared||Uncovered or revealed|
|Barefaced||Shameless or undisguised|
|Barefoot||Without shoes or footwear|
|Barometric||Relating to atmospheric pressure or weather|
|Baronial||Impressive or grand, like a baron’s residence|
|Barred||Blocked, restricted or prohibited|
|Barreled||Stored or transported in a barrel|
|Barren||Empty, unproductive or infertile|
|Base||Immoral, vulgar or mean-spirited|
|Based||Founded or established on something|
|Baseless||Without foundation or support|
|Bashful||Shy, timid or easily embarrassed|
|Basic||Fundamental, essential or simple|
|Bearded||Having a beard or similar hair growth on the face|
|Bedraggled||Wet, dirty or disheveled|
|Beefy||Strong, muscular or meaty|
|Befouled||Polluted, contaminated or stained|
|Beginning||Starting or initial|
|Beige||Pale brown or light yellow-brown color|
|Believable||Convincing or credible|
|Beneficiary||Receiving benefits or advantages|
|Beseeching||Pleading or imploring|
|Bespectacled||Wearing glasses or spectacles|
|Bespoke||Made to order or custom-made|
|Blackest||Darkest or most dismal|
|Blunt||Dull or lacking a sharp edge|
|Boastful||Bragging or excessively proud|
|Bodiless||Lacking a body or physical form|
|Bodily||Relating to the body or physical aspects|
|Boisterous||Loud, energetic or rowdy|
|Bold||Confident, daring or fearless|
|Bookish||Devoted to reading and studying, or resembling a bookworm|
Common Adjective Words that Start with B in Sentences:
|Beautiful||The sunset was beautiful.|
|Brave||The firefighters were brave.|
|Bright||The stars were bright in the night sky.|
|Broad||The road was broad enough for two cars.|
|Busy||The streets were busy with people rushing to work.|
|Bitter||The medicine tasted bitter.|
|Blue||The sky was a beautiful shade of blue.|
|Boiling||The water in the pot was boiling.|
|Bold||The lettering on the sign was bold and easy to read.|
|Brief||The meeting was brief and to the point.|
Words that Start with B that are Used to Describe Someone
Below are 50 B words that are used to describe someone:
|Babe||Attractive young woman|
|Baccate||Resembling or containing berries|
|Badass||Tough, aggressive, and rebellious|
|Baldheaded||Having no hair on the head|
|Bashful||Shy or reluctant to draw attention|
|Bastard||Illegitimate child, or a despicable or disagreeable person|
|Batty||Crazy or eccentric|
|Beaming||Radiating happiness or joy|
|Beguiled||Charmed or enchanted|
|Beguiling||Deceptive or misleading|
|Belligerent||Hostile or aggressive|
|Bemused||Puzzled or confused|
|Bereaved||Suffering the loss of a loved one|
|Bewitching||Enchanting or captivating|
|Bigoted||Intolerant or prejudiced|
|Biker||A person who rides a motorcycle|
|Bilingual||Able to speak two languages|
|Birdlike||Resembling or characteristic of a bird|
|Bitten||Having been bitten by an animal or insect|
|Bitter||Resentful or unpleasant|
|Bizarre||Strange or unusual|
|Blamable||Deserving blame or criticism|
|Blameful||Guilty of something|
|Blameless||Innocent or faultless|
|Blameworthy||Deserving blame or criticism|
|Blanched||Turned pale or white|
|Blasphemous||Disrespectful or offensive towards religion or sacred things|
|Blasted||Ruined or destroyed|
|Bleak||Gloomy or depressing|
|Bleary||Blurred or dimmed, usually from tiredness or lack of sleep|
|Blind||Unable to see or lacking perception|
|Blithe||Lighthearted or carefree|
|Bloated||Swollen or inflated|
|Blonde||Having fair hair or complexion|
|Bloodthirsty||Eager for or enjoying violence or bloodshed|
|Bloody||Involving bloodshed or violence|
|Blubbery||Having a thick or flabby body|
|Blunt||Abrupt or direct in manner or speech|
|Blusterous||Loud, boastful, and threatening|
|Boastful||Bragging or excessively proud|
|Bookish||Intellectual or studious|
|Boozy||Intoxicated or inclined to drink excessively|
|Boring||Dull or uninteresting|
|Braggart||Boastful or arrogant|
|Brash||Hasty or impulsive in manner or speech|
|British||Relating to or characteristic of Britain or the British people|
|Broad||Wide or extensive|
|Buff||Physically fit or muscular|
|Built||Having a particular physical build or physique, usually muscular|
Common Words that Start with B to Describe People in Sentences:
|Brave||She was brave enough to stand up to the bullies.|
|Bold||He made a bold decision to quit his job and start his own business.|
|Bright||She had a bright smile that lit up the room.|
|Brilliant||He was a brilliant scientist who made groundbreaking discoveries.|
|Busy||He’s always busy with work and doesn’t have much free time.|
|Bossy||She can be a bit bossy and likes to be in control.|
|Beautiful||She was a beautiful woman with stunning features.|
|Bashful||He was bashful and didn’t like being the center of attention.|
|Bored||She looked bored and uninterested in the conversation.|
|Benevolent||He was a benevolent leader who always put the needs of his people first.|
|Beloved||She was a beloved grandmother who was adored by her family.|
|Bitter||He was bitter about the way he had been treated by his former employer.|
|Bravehearted||She was a bravehearted firefighter who risked her life to save others.|
|Brainy||He was a brainy student who excelled in math and science.|
|Brooding||He had a brooding personality and often kept to himself.|
Nouns that Start with B
A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Below are 50 nouns that start with B:
|Baboon||The baboon swung through the trees.|
|Baby||The baby slept peacefully in its crib.|
|Background||The background music was too loud.|
|Bag||She carried a bag full of groceries.|
|Ball||He kicked the ball over the fence.|
|Band||The band played their new song.|
|Bank||I deposited my paycheck at the bank.|
|Bar||Let’s meet at the bar for a drink.|
|Base||The army set up a base in the desert.|
|Battery||I need to replace the battery in my watch.|
|Battle||The soldiers fought a fierce battle.|
|Beach||The beach was crowded with tourists.|
|Beacon||The beacon shone brightly in the dark.|
|Bear||The bear roamed through the woods.|
|Beard||He stroked his beard thoughtfully.|
|Bearskin||The soldier wore a bearskin hat.|
|Beast||The beast growled menacingly.|
|Bed||She sank into the soft bed and fell asleep.|
|Beer||He ordered a cold beer at the bar.|
|Belt||He tightened his belt to keep his pants up.|
|Benefit||The program offers many benefits to its members.|
|Berm||The berm protected the town from flooding.|
|Bib||The baby wore a bib to catch any spills.|
|Bible||He read the Bible every day.|
|Bibliography||The bibliography listed all the sources used.|
|Bicycle||She rode her bicycle to work every day.|
|Bike||He bought a new bike for his son’s birthday.|
|Blackberry||She picked blackberries in the field.|
|Blackboard||The teacher wrote on the blackboard with chalk.|
|Block||The butcher cut the meat into blocks.|
|Blog||She wrote a blog post about her trip.|
|Blood||He donated blood at the Red Cross.|
|Blueberry||She made a blueberry pie for dessert.|
|Bluff||The hiker climbed up the steep bluff.|
|Boar||The hunter tracked the wild boar.|
|Boarder||The boarder rented a room in her house.|
|Boat||They sailed their boat to the island.|
|Boatsman||The boatsman steered the ship through the storm.|
|Bodyguard||The celebrity hired a bodyguard for protection.|
|Bottle||She filled the bottle with water from the tap.|
|Bowl||He ate his cereal from a bowl.|
|Box||She packed the fragile vase in a box.|
|Bra||She bought a new bra at the lingerie store.|
|Brace||She wore a brace to support her injured ankle.|
|Bracelet||She received a beautiful bracelet for her birthday.|
|Bracket||The bracket held up the shelf.|
|Branch||The tree had many branches.|
|Brother||Her brother helped her move into her new apartment.|
|Bubble||She blew a bubble with her gum.|
|Buck||He had a pocket full of bucks.|
Verbs that Start with B
|Bail||He had to bail his friend out of jail.|
|Bake||She baked a cake for her daughter’s birthday.|
|Balance||The gymnast tried to balance on the balance beam.|
|Balloon||The party balloons ballooned in the wind.|
|Ban||The school banned cell phones from the classroom.|
|Bang||He banged his head against the wall in frustration.|
|Banter||The friends bantered back and forth about their favorite movies.|
|Baptize||The priest baptized the baby in the church.|
|Bark||The dog barked at the mailman.|
|Barricade||The police barricaded the street to prevent traffic.|
|Barter||In the olden days, people used to barter goods for other goods.|
|Bash||She bashed her knee on the coffee table.|
|Bathe||The baby needs to be bathed before bedtime.|
|Batter||The chef battered the fish before frying it.|
|Bawl||The toddler bawled when he didn’t get his way.|
|Be||To be or not to be, that is the question.|
|Bear||She couldn’t bear the thought of losing her job.|
|Beat||He beat his opponent in the boxing match.|
|Become||She wanted to become a doctor when she grew up.|
|Beg||The homeless man begged for money on the street corner.|
|Begin||Let’s begin the meeting.|
|Behave||The children were told to behave in the restaurant.|
|Behold||Behold the beauty of the sunset.|
|Belong||The key belongs to the front door.|
|Bemoan||He bemoaned the fact that he had to work on the weekend.|
|Bet||He bet his friend ten dollars that he could run faster.|
|Beware||Beware of the dog.|
|Bind||She used a ribbon to bind the present.|
|Blame||He always tries to blame others for his mistakes.|
|Bleed||She cut her finger and it started to bleed.|
|Blend||The artist blended the colors together to create a beautiful painting.|
|Blink||She blinked her eyes in surprise.|
|Blow||The wind blew the leaves off the trees.|
|Blur||The photo was blurred and hard to see.|
|Boast||He likes to boast about his accomplishments.|
|Boil||She boiled water for the pasta.|
|Bolt||The horse bolted when it heard a loud noise.|
|Book||She booked a flight to Europe for her summer vacation.|
|Born||He was born on a sunny day in June.|
|Bounce||The ball bounced off the wall and hit her in the face.|
|Breathe||It’s important to breathe deeply when you’re feeling anxious.|
|Browse||She likes to browse the bookstore on Sunday afternoons.|
|Buckle||She buckled her seatbelt before the car started moving.|
|Build||They are planning to build a new house in the countryside.|
|Burn||The candle burned down to the end.|
|Bury||They buried their dog in the backyard.|
|Buy||She wants to buy a new car next year.|
|Bypass||We had to bypass the construction zone to get to our destination.|
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