800+ Adjectives That Start with B: A List with Definitions and Examples

Over 800 adjectives in English begin with the letter B. We have compiled a list of words, together with definitions and example sentences, to help you learn new adjectives and expand your vocabulary. Enjoy!

Adjectives That Start with BA (139 Words)

babelikeLike a baby especially in dependence.
baboonishResembling a baboon.
babylonianOf or relating to the city of babylon or its people or culture. History of the babylonian captivity.
baccateProducing or bearing berries.
bacchanalUsed of riotously drunken merrymaking. Steer roast is an annual bacchanal hosted by senior house.
bacchanalianUsed of riotously drunken merrymaking. The bacchanalian man was not the one who committed the crime.
bacchanticOf or relating to or resembling a bacchanalian reveler.
bacchicUsed of riotously drunken merrymaking. Dionysus then lured pentheus out to spy on the bacchic rites.
bacciferousProducing or bearing berries.
baccivorousFeeding on berries.
bacillarRelating to or produced by or containing bacilli.
bacillaryRelating to or produced by or containing bacilli. Coccoid forms predominate in infected tissue and bacillary forms in culture.
bacilliformFormed like a bacillus. Conidia, if present, are short and bacilliform.
backRelated to or located at the back. Someone tapped my shoulder behind my back.
backbreakingCharacterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort. They lived in constant and backbreaking poverty.
backedLocated at or near the back of an animal. The cleaned ice slabs are dropped back in the channel behind the vessel.
backhandHaving the letters slanting backward. Davydenko makes light of an insouciant flicked backhand from federer.
backhandedMade across the body with back of hand facing direction of stroke. It’s a backhanded apology designed to be funny.
backlessLacking a back. There are backless metal benches to sit on in this lobby.
backmostLocated farthest to the rear. This section is located on the backmost page.
backstageConcealed from public view or attention. The music video of the song shows a concert of scooter and backstage material.
backstairSecret and sly or sordid- a.l.guerard.
backstairsSecret and sly or sordid- a.l.guerard. In practice backstairs intrigue was often brought to bear on the appointments.
backsweptUsed of hair.
backwardHaving made less than normal progress. The serpentine dipped backward, toward the firer, to ignite the priming.
bacteremicOf or relating to or having bacteremia.
bactericidalPreventing infection by inhibiting the growth or action of microorganisms. General discussion bactericidal action.
bacterioidResembling bacteria.
bacterioidalResembling bacteria.
bacteriologicOf or relating to bacteriology.
bacteriologicalOf or relating to bacteriology. The ragossians have invaded the earth with a dastardly bacteriological weapon
bacteriolyticOf or relating to or causing bacteriolysis.
bacteriophagicOf or relating to bacteriophages.
bacteriophagousOf or relating to bacteriophages.
bacteriostaticOf or relating to or causing bacteriostasis. It has a strong bacteriostatic action against staphylococci and e. coli.
bacteroidResembling bacteria. Here plant cells and their bacteroid contents are being degraded.
bacteroidalResembling bacteria.
baculiformFormed like a bacillus.
badCapable of harming. Edward frequently obtained bad marks due to quarrelsome and bad conduct.
baggyNot fitting closely; hanging loosely. I don’t feel the baldness and baggy shorts meets the cutoff.
bahaiOf or relating to bahaism. Bahai has no relevence to this article.
bahamianOf or relating to or characteristic of the bahama islands or their inhabitants. Filled out the bahamian impact some.
bahrainiOf or relating to or characteristic of bahrain or its people or language. Line of succession to the bahraini throne.
bailableEligible for bail. Offences under the act are arrestable and non bailable.
bakedCooked by dry heat (as in an oven). The coated meat is then baked in the oven.
balancedBeing in a state of proper equilibrium. The composition is balanced by the flowers in bloom.
balconiedHaving balconies or a balcony. The rotunda form provides balconied meeting and study spaces.
baldWith no effort to conceal. Gelman played the bald bespectacled vinnie.
baldingGetting bald. The reporter, a paunchy, balding man, scribbled furiously in his notebook.
balefulThreatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments. Such are the confusions of subjectivism, a baleful but popular epistemology.
balkyStopping short and refusing to go on. It’s common knowledge that mattingly’s balky back caused his early retirement.
ballisticRelating to or characteristic of the motion of objects moving under their own momentum and the force of gravity. The iskander ballistic missile is superior to its predecessor, the oka.
ballyInformal intensifiers. Bally is well connected by road and rail.
balmyMild and pleasant. The city enjoys a weather that remains balmy all year round.
balticOf or pertaining to or characteristic of the baltic states or their peoples or languages. It was the first school in the baltic states to offer the ibo diploma programme.
balzacianOf or relating to honore de balzac or his writings.
banalRepeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse. Etiquette in the office seems rather banal to me.
banausicOrdinary and not refined.
bandyHave legs that curve outward at the knees. Bandy skates are used for playing the games of bandy and rink bandy.
banefulDeadly or sinister. The baneful man did not commit the horrid crime.
bangladeshiOf or relating to or characteristic of bangladesh or its people or language. A major figure in bangladeshi politics.
bankableAcceptable to or at a bank. James ulmer’s list of bankable stars is the a list.
bankruptFinancially ruined. After the dissolution of the ussr in 1991 rmif went bankrupt.
bannedForbidden by law. They banned the use of firearms.
bannerUnusually good; outstanding. Tower one was chosen as the location to hang the banner.
bantamVery small. After that, the bantam main stage ignited.
banteringCleverly amusing in tone. I’ve never been against bantering with my fellow wikipedians.
bantoidRelating to or designating languages that possess characteristics of bantu.
bantuOf or relating to the african people who speak one of the bantoid languages or to their culture. The bakweri are bantu in language and origin.
baptisedHaving undergone the christian ritual of baptism. A son was baptised with her as a father.
baptismalOf or relating to baptism. The old altar was replaced by the baptismal font.
baptisticOf or pertaining to or characteristic of the baptist church. Corban is theologically conservative and baptistic in thought.
baptizedHaving undergone the christian ritual of baptism. He preached to and baptized many.
barbadianOf or relating to or characteristic of barbados or its inhabitants. No one doubts the importance of the war to barbadian history.
barbarianWithout civilizing influences-margaret meade. Some of the people included jordan the barbarian and his wife threnody.
barbaricUnrestrained and crudely rich. It is the mutilation that is said to be barbaric.
barbarousAble or disposed to inflict pain or suffering. Here also the barbarous words are ranged into a dictionary by themselves.
barbateHaving hair on the cheeks and chin. The fishing port of barbate is on the edge of the park.
barbellateHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.. The bristles of the pappus are scabrous, barbellate, or plumose.
bareProviding no shelter or sustenance. It regards the lifetime of the bare proton.
barebackRiding without a saddle. There is also bareback bronc riding in the sport of rodeo.
barebackedRiding without a saddle.
baredProviding no shelter or sustenance. Bare in mind my hectic and unsociable working pattern.
barefacedWith no effort to conceal. So quite clearly, the user in question told a barefaced lie.
barefootWithout shoes. He was the son of king magnus barefoot.
barefootedWithout shoes. He was led to the gallows barefoot and naked.
barehandedWith bare hands. Though they are skilled with weapons, they are also formidable barehanded.
bareheadedHaving the head uncovered. British troops never salute when bareheaded or out of uniform.
bareleggedHaving the legs uncovered by clothing.
baricOf or relating to or containing barium. Here are a couple of links to a phenomena called kineto baric effects.
baritoneLower in range than tenor and higher than bass. Appearing with him in the work was the brilliant baritone mattia battistini.
barmyInformal or slang terms for mentally irregular. A frightening prospect, though bad is good in my barmy mindset.
barometricRelating to atmospheric pressure or indicated by a barometer. The lowest barometric pressure of 996.6 mb occurred at sea rim state park.
baronialImpressive in appearance. Fitzwalter was implicated in the baronial conspiracy of 1212.
baroqueOf or relating to or characteristic of the elaborately ornamented style of architecture, art, and music popular in europe between 1600 and 1750. It was done in the baroque style of the markgraves.
barredMarked with stripes or bands. The barred tiger salamander is the state amphibian of kansas.
barrenProviding no shelter or sustenance. A wide barren swath was torn through the forest.
baryticOf or relating to or containing baryta.
basalEspecially of leaves; located at the base of a plant or stem; especially arising directly from the root or rootstock or a root-like stem. The ovary is inferior and has only one ovule, with basal placentation.
baseHaving or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality- edmund burke- shakespeare. A triangulate plate is attached to the bottom of the base.
basedHaving a base of operations (often used as a combining form). Community based services providing gainful employment.
baselessWithout a basis in reason or fact. The list is fraud with baseless assumptions and guesswork.
bashfulDisposed to avoid notice; (`blate’ is a scottish term for bashful). Hearing that he is staying a bashful abby can’t help but smile.
basicServing as a base or starting point. Calorie is the basic unit of measurement.
basidialRelating to or characterized by basidia.
basidiomycetousPertaining to or characteristic of fungi of the class basidiomycetes. It is a red basidiomycetous isolated from wood pulp from conifers.
basidiosporousOf or relating to or characterized by spores produced by basidia.
basifixedAttached by its base (as certain anthers to their filaments or stalks). The ovate elliptic leaves are basifixed and held closely against the stems.
basilarOf or relating to or located at the base. Brayton was killed instantly of basilar skull fracture.
basilaryOf or relating to or located at the base.
basilicanOf or relating to or resembling a basilica. A raised dais called a’ bema’ formed part of many large basilican churches.
basinedEnclosed in a basin.
basipetalOf leaves or flowers; developing or opening in succession from apex to base. Usually the terminal flower matures first with subsequent basipetal maturation.
basiscopicFacing or on the side toward the base.
basophilicStaining readily with basic dyes. The other information on the redirect page can be incorporated into basophilic.
bassHaving or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range. The album features bass guitar with only the accompaniment of vocals.
bastardFraudulent; having a misleading appearance. The incubus sebastian is the bastard child of a succubus and the wizard koltak.
bastardisedDeriving from more than one source or style. That really is a bastardised category.
bastardizedDeriving from more than one source or style. Or, at least, a bastardized plagiarization at that.
bastardlyFraudulent; having a misleading appearance. Surely the daft bastard has not finally learnt to spell the word
batedDiminished or moderated. I won’t wait with bated breath though.
batheticEffusively or insincerely emotional. That last three word phrase is leaden and bathetic.
batholithicOf or relating to a batholith.
batholiticOf or relating to a batholith.
bathyalRelating to ocean depths between 200 and 2000 meters (corresponds to the continental slope). These snails occur from shallow waters to bathyal depths.
bathymetricOf or relating to measurements of the depths of oceans or lakes. Bathymetric charts can also be converted to bathymetric profiles.
bathymetricalOf or relating to measurements of the depths of oceans or lakes.
batrachianRelating to frogs and toads. The term batrachite is also used for a fossil batrachian.
batteredDamaged especially by hard usage. The clothes are old and battered.
battlefulHaving or showing a ready disposition to fight.
battlementedHaving or resembling repeated square indentations like those in a battlement. The summit of the tower is battlemented.
battyInformal or slang terms for mentally irregular. Okay, this is officially driving me batty.
batwingFormed or shaped like a bat’s wing. There are batwing sails, but those don’t look like the bow ties.
bauxiticResembling or containing bauxite. The process has particular application to non bauxitic ores.
bavarianOf or relating to or characteristic of bavaria or its people. The bavarian forest is getting attention steeply.
bawdyHumorously vulgar. The performance was considered to be very bawdy.
bayOf a moderate reddish-brown color. Already at these times both the sea and the bay sides were gravely polluted.
bayesianOf or relating to statistical methods based on bayes’ theorem. Bayesian statistics and probability logic.

Adjectives That Start with BE (100 Words)

beadedCovered with beads of liquid. The covering on the wall and ceiling is the original beaded pine.
beadlikeSmall and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button.
beamingRadiating or as if radiating light. What reasons exist to believe in an efficiency improvement in power beaming
bearableCapable of being borne though unpleasant. His progresses in a leisurely languor with ample abandonment are not bearable.
beardlessHaving no beard. Sometimes one figure is beardless, while the other two are bearded.
beardownWith full strength.
bearingWithstanding a weight or strain. The horizontal direction of the display is bearing.
bearishExpecting prices to fall. Profunds also issues inverse performance for a bearish strategy on the index.
beastlyVery unpleasant. It’s just a fact of life that people can be beastly.
beatVery tired. The partridge sleeps in the clover hearing its heart beat.
beatableVery tired. Auscultation of the chest can reveal displaced heart beat and valve prolapse.
beatenVery tired. They beat the giants in overtime.
beatificMarked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint. According to aquinas, the beatific vision surpasses both faith and reason.
beautifulHighly enjoyable. A beautiful and voluptuous woman who enjoys the high life of the elite.
becalmedRendered motionless for lack of wind. He did not intend to enter but was becalmed and captured by the spanish.
becomingDisplaying or setting off to best advantage. Is the internet becoming as antiseptic as television
bedaubedOrnamented in a vulgar or showy fashion.
bedewedWet with dew.
bedfastConfined to bed (by illness). He related that he was not expected to live and became bedfast at age 16.
bedimmedMade dim or indistinct.
bedlessWithout a bed.
bedraggledLimp and soiled as if dragged in the mud. Then, a soaking and bedraggled alice emerges from the well.
bedridConfined to bed (by illness).
bedriddenConfined to bed (by illness). He is soon bedridden and in constant pain.
beechenConsisting of or made of wood of the beech tree. I listened the wind shook the green beechen trees,
beethovenianOf or relating to ludwig van beethoven or his music. Brahms yet again follows the beethovenian tradition of the expanded form.
beetleJutting or overhanging. The dung beetle continues even after loosing the dung ball.
beetlingJutting or overhanging.
befittingAppropriate to. It is not befitting for the most gracious to beget a son.
befoggedStupefied by alcoholic drink. This is clearly contradictory to anyone not befogged with partiality.
beforehandBeing ahead of time or need. They should have fixed the divagation beforehand.
befouledMade dirty or foul. On this befouled background visions began to flow and burn.
beggarlySo small in amount as to deserve contempt. Beggarly always used number 82 on his cars.
beginningServing to begin. The new year ritual reenacts the mythical beginning of the cosmos.
begrimedThickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot.
behavioralOf or relating to behavior. Extraverts and introverts have a variety of behavioral differences.
behavioristOf or relating to behaviorism. An abnormal behaviorist for paranormal people yeah.
behavioristicOf or relating to behaviorism. Her thinking shifted from behavioristic to cognitive during this time.
behaviouristOf or relating to behaviorism. Again, a behaviourist is not a dog trainer nor a whisperer.
behaviouristicOf or relating to behaviorism. That is a behaviouristic, a morally neutral meaning of the term.
behindHaving the lower score or lagging position in a contest. Someone tapped my shoulder behind my back.
behindhandBehind schedule. Idea of czechoslovakism was injected behindhand and by very controversial way.
beholdenUnder a moral obligation to someone. When the man agreed, wiley found himself beholden to a violent criminal.
beigeOf a light greyish-brown color. The drive is available in beige or black.
belarusianOf or pertaining to belarus or to the people or culture of belarus. The state owned company is the belarusian flag carrier.
belatedAfter the expected or usual time; delayed. He sent me a belated birthday card.
belemniticOf or relating to belemnites.
belgianOf or relating to or characteristic of belgium or the belgian people. Feelings of economic inequity were another cause of the belgian uprising.
believableCapable of being believed. The whole story just isn’t believable in the face of these facts.
bellbottomHaving legs that flare at the bottom.
belletristicWritten and regarded for aesthetic value rather than content. Quotation dash is also used and is predominant in belletristic literature.
bellicoseHaving or showing a ready disposition to fight. They were a nomadic, bellicose people, fighting primarily as cavalry.
belligerentCharacteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight. The enemy is belligerent and hostile.
bellylessLacking a prominent belly.
belovedDearly loved. By the way, there’s our beloved sloven again.
belowgroundUnder the level of the ground. Belowground components of npp are difficult to measure.
beltlikeResembling a belt around something.
bemusedDeeply absorbed in thought. The housekeepers were bemused by all the wires.
bendedUsed of the back and knees; stooped. Bended sounds awkward and childish in my opinion.
benedictineOf or relating to saint benedict or his works. The school works under the auspice of the benedictine monasterio de tibati.
benedictiveExpressing benediction. Pbuh is a benedictive pious addition.
beneficExerting a favorable or beneficent influence. Brihaspati is considered to be the greatest benefic of any of the planets.
beneficedHaving a benefice. A staunch royalist, he was ordained in 1673 and became a beneficed clergyman.
beneficentGenerous in assistance to the poor. While the motives were beneficent, the effects were maleficent.
beneficialPromoting or enhancing well-being. Saving remittances and investing money is beneficial for development.
beneficiaryHaving or arising from a benefice. A ‘donee beneficiary’ can sue the promisor directly to enforce the promise.
benevolentGenerous in providing aid to others. Firstly, manumission may present itself as a sentimental and benevolent gesture.
bengaliOf or relating to or characteristic of bengal or its people. The maidan in the bengali psyche.
benightedLacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture. This benighted project would do well to learn from them.
benignNot dangerous to health; not recurrent or progressive (especially of a tumor). Benign tumors in the lung include hamartomas and chondromas.
benignantPleasant and beneficial in nature or influence. Her countenance was keen and nervous, but benignant.
benineseOf or relating to or characteristic of benin or its people. He later switched to beninese citizenship the same year.
bentUsed of the back and knees; stooped. Soon, he bent a leonine face toward a girl.
benthalOf or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water. In the getaway the cockneys are refered to as the benthal green mob.
benthicOf or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water. Some are benthic, but most are pelagic.
benthonicOf or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water. Microfauna include benthonic and fewer planktonic foraminifera.
bentoniticOf or relating to or containing bentonite. All the above seem to have been bentonitic clays.
benumbedLacking sensation.
benzenoidSimilar to benzene in structure or linkage.
benzoicContaining or derived from benzoic acid or benzoin. It is formed by the condensation of methanol and benzoic acid.
benzylicRelating to benzyl. Benzylic oxidation has been noted in a number of cases.
bereavedSorrowful through loss or deprivation. This district is often bereaved by natural calamities.
bereftSorrowful through loss or deprivation. A chaste knight at the end of a weary road, bereft of strength or certitude.
bermudanOf or relating to or characteristic of bermuda or its inhabitants. Most exotic interest rate options are of bermudan style.
berrylikeResembling a berry. Fruit a capsule, fleshy or dry, dehiscent or indehiscent, sometimes berrylike.
berserkFrenzied as if possessed by a demon. He got lost in the power and went berserk.
besottedVery drunk. With time the young huntsmen became quite besotted, and then indiscreet.
bespectacledWearing, or having the face adorned with, eyeglasses or an eyeglass. In human form, he is a mild mannered, bespectacled man with blond hair.
besprentSprinkled over.
bestWiser or more advantageous and hence advisable. As an ichthyologist and an editor, i try my best to make some articles better.
bestialResembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility. It is also much more savage and bestial.
bestubbledHaving a short growth of beard.
betaPreliminary or testing stage of a software or hardware product. To be picky, the label is alpha, not beta.
betterChanged for the better in health or fitness. The better the practice of religious theory, the better the harmony in society.
betteringSuperior to another (of the same class or set or kind) in excellence or quality or desirability or suitability; more highly skilled than another. The better the practice of religious theory, the better the harmony in society.
betulaceousOf or pertaining to or characteristic of trees of the birch family.
bewhiskeredHaving hair on the cheeks and chin. He has large, baby like eyes, a small bewhiskered nose, and a perpetual smile.
bewilderedPerplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment. The perplexed and bewildered priest winked his eyes.
bewitchedUnder a spell. It is not wrong to say the victim is bewitched.
bewitchingCapturing interest as if by a spell. Not in the classical sense maybe, but her eyes are fascinating and bewitching.

Adjective That Starts with BH (1 Word)

bhutaneseOf or pertaining to or characteristic of Bhutan or its people or culture or language. It is the staple rice of the Bhutanese people.

Adjectives That Start with BI (177 Words)

biannualOccurring or payable twice each year. The article says that the group has biannual meetings.
biasSlanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric. They acknowledge the bias of the term and present arguments for the bias.
biasedFavoring one person or side over another. The article is biased from the beginning.
biauralRelating to or having or hearing with two ears.
biauricularRelating to the two auditory openings.
biaxalHaving two axes.
biaxateHaving two axes.
biaxialHaving two axes. A crystal which has only two optic axes is called biaxial crystal and so on.
bibbedHaving a bib. They had stiff white collars and cuffs and a white bibbed apron.
biblessLacking a bib.
biblicalOf or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the bible. The biblical cadence of these words resonates in memory.
bibliolatrousGiven to bible-worship.
bibliomaniacalCharacteristic of or characterized by or noted for bibliomania.
bibliophilicOf or relating to bibliophiles. Only few examples, that turned a bibliophilic rarity, are known.
bibliopolicOf or relating to bibliopoles.
bibliothecalOf or relating to a library or bibliotheca or a librarian.
bibliothecarialOf or relating to a library or bibliotheca or a librarian.
biblioticOf or relating to bibliotics.
bibulousGiven to or marked by the consumption of alcohol. People did not regard the bibulous man as the blabber mouth.
bicameralComposed of two legislative bodies. The parliament was bicameral, consisting of a house of commons and a senate.
bicapsularDivided into two capsules or having a two-part capsule.
bicentenaryOf or relating to or completing a period of 200 years. The college celebrated it’s bicentenary in 1993.
bicentennialOf or relating to or completing a period of 200 years. Eade represented the vfa in the 1988 adelaide bicentennial carnival.
bicentricHaving two centers. All triangles and all regular polygons are bicentric.
bicephalousHaving two heads. The bird often holds a bicephalous snake in its beak.
bichromatedTreated or combined with bichromate.
bichromeHaving two colors. The lateral walls continued without the bichrome decoration.
bicipitalHaving two heads or points of origin as a biceps. The medial bicipital groove is seen on the surface anatomy of the upper arm.
bicolorHaving two colors. Bicolor may also appear in the skin color.
bicoloredHaving two colors. The tail of the pocket mouse can either be distinctly or indistinctly bicolored.
bicolourHaving two colors. It has the ns police ‘nemesis’ logo on a light blue over white bicolour.
bicolouredHaving two colors. He also wears a bicoloured cape.
biconcaveConcave on both sides. It is biconcave in structure and attaches to the condyle medially and laterally.
biconvexConvex on both sides; shaped like a lentil. The lens has an ellipsoid, biconvex shape.
bicornHaving two horns or horn-shaped parts. Those bicorn like arcs are real and they should be acknowledged.
bicornateHaving two horns or horn-shaped parts. Each half of the bicornate uterus functions during alternate breeding cycles.
bicornedHaving two horns or horn-shaped parts.
bicornuateHaving two horns or horn-shaped parts. There are many degrees of a bicornuate uterus.
bicornuousHaving two horns or horn-shaped parts.
bicuspidHaving two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth). A deficiency can be associated with bicuspid aortic valve.
bicuspidateHaving two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth).
bicyclicHaving molecules consisting of two fused rings. It is classified as a bicyclic diterpene alcohol.
bicylindricalHaving two cylindrical surfaces usually with parallel axes.
biddableWilling to carry out the orders or wishes of another without protest. Coca renders all unbalanced hands with a major suit biddable.
bidentateHaving toothlike projections that are themselves toothed. As the ligand is bidentate a tetrahedral structure might be expected.
bidirectionalReactive or functioning or allowing movement in two usually opposite directions. Right to left and bidirectional text.
biedermeierOf or relating to a style of furniture developed in germany in the 19th century. Interiers of the palace are designed in biedermeier and art nouveau.
biennialHaving a life cycle lasting two seasons. It is also the site of the biennial australian international airshow.
bifaceHaving two faces or fronts. For the latter reason, handaxes are, along with cleavers, known as biface tools.
bifacialHaving two faces or fronts. All obsidian bifacial thinning flakes were found in a royal or elite context.
bifidDivided into two lobes. A bifid uvula is a split or cleft uvula.
bifilarHaving or using two filaments. Each of the bifilar transmission lines has first and second conductors.
biflagellateHaving two flagella.
bifocalHaving two foci. Bifocal and varifocal lenses can be used to correct presbyopia.
bifoliateHaving two leaves.
biformHaving or combining two forms.
bifurcateResembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches. Thatcher, pete does raise a very good question about the motion to bifurcate.
bifurcatedDivided into or made up of two parts. He did not resist going to bifurcated road.
bigMarked by intense physical force. How big is the tarn
bigeminalOccurring in pairs. If every other beat is abnormal, you can describe it as bigeminal.
bigenericResulting from a cross between species of different genera.
biggerVery intense. How big is the tarn
biggishGiven or giving freely. The movie was a big hit and made dada’s simpleton image a huge success.
bigheadedOverly conceited or arrogant-laurent le sage. But i’m not gonna put it in my signature, as that would make me bigheaded…
bigheartedGiven or giving freely. Clumsy and bighearted, he enjoys eating and playing games among other things.
bigmouthedUnwisely talking too much.
bignoniaceousOf or pertaining to or characteristic of plants of the family bignoniaceae.
bigotedBlindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others. I find it bigoted in the extreme.
bilabialOf or relating to or being a speech sound that is articulated using both lips. On the contrary, b is the sound of voiced bilabial plosive.
bilabiateHaving two lips. Note the dark blue anther tubes and the bilabiate styles.
bilateralHaving identical parts on each side of an axis. The electrodes are implanted in the bilateral suboccipital region.
bilgySmelling like bilge water.
biliaryRelating to the bile ducts or the gallbladder. Functional biliary type pain syndrome.
bilinearLinear with respect to each of two variables or positions. See discussion at bilinear form.
bilingualUsing or knowing two languages. The instruction booklet and the cover need to be bilingual.
biliousIrritable as if suffering from indigestion. If you’re involved in this bilious process, stop.
billiardOf or relating to billiards. The dynamics is similar to the sinai billiard.
billionDenoting a quantity consisting of one thousand million items or units in the united states. Facebook could quintuple revenue to $20 billion in five years.
billionthThe ordinal number of one billion in counting order. Geogre’s law confirmed for the billionth time.
billowingCharacterized by great swelling waves or surges. The landscape is often a billowing cloud.
billowyCharacterized by great swelling waves or surges.
bilobateHaving two lobes. The floors of the lower levels are less noticeably bilobate.
bilobatedHaving two lobes.
bilobedHaving two lobes. They are protected by small, bilobed indusia that are scale like in appearance.
bilocularDivided into or containing two cells or chambers.
biloculateDivided into or containing two cells or chambers.
bimanualRequiring two hands or designed for two people. The sma is implicated in the planning of motor actions and bimanual control.
bimestrialTwo months long; lasting two months.
bimetalFormed of two different metals or alloys; especially in sheets bonded together. The cheap ones use a bimetal strip.
bimetallicFormed of two different metals or alloys; especially in sheets bonded together. However, there are other common bimetallic objects.
bimetallisticPertaining to a monetary system based on two metals.
bimillenialOf or relating to a bimillennium.
bimodalOf a distribution; having or occurring with two modes. Open drainage and bimodal compression.
bimolecularRelating to or affecting two molecules. On bimolecular layers of lipoids on the chromocytes of the blood.
bimonthlyOccurring twice a month. News about the bimonthly art magazine spread across the nation.
bimorphemicConsisting of two morphemes. Only regular past tenses that end in ‘ ed’ are bimorphemic.
bimotoredHaving two motors.
binaryOf or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base. The computer frequently misread the binary digits.
binateGrowing in two parts or in pairs. I think we have the wrong definition of binate.
binauralRelating to or having or hearing with two ears. It was made as a binaural recording.
bindableCapable of being fastened or secured with a rope or bond.
bindingExecuted with proper legal authority. It’s making the collation of a binding consensus a logistical nightmare.
binocularRelating to both eyes. In modern animals, binocular vision is found mainly in predators.
binomialHaving or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies. Multiply the binomial with the polynomial.
binominalHaving or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies. I admit, the words ‘binomial’ as well as ‘binominal’ are in the dictionary.
binuclearHaving two nuclei. Mononuclear and binuclear manganese carbonyl hydrides.
binucleateHaving two nuclei. This amount is similar to ciliates, but ciliates tend to be binucleate.
binucleatedHaving two nuclei.
biocatalyticOf or relating to biocatalysts.
biochemicalOf or relating to biochemistry; involving chemical processes in living organisms. In 1985 succeeded the biochemical identification of amyloid beta.
bioclimaticOf or concerned with the relations of climate and living organisms. All the houses have been designed based on bioclimatic architecture criteria.
biodegradableCapable of being decomposed by e.g. bacteria. The liquid detergent composition is biodegradable.
biogeneticOf or relating to the production of living organisms from other living organisms. The force requires a full biogenetic body to be used to it’s fullest potential.
biogenicProduced by living organisms or biological processes. A ‘biogenic amine’ is a biogenic substance with an amine group.
biogenousProducing or produced by living things.
biogeographicOf or relating to or involved with biogeography. First, no single biogeographic framework is optimal for all taxa.
biogeographicalOf or relating to or involved with biogeography. Part of the biotic province of yucatan in the biogeographical region yalahau.
biographicOf or relating to or being biography. The text contains offensive biographic details.
biographicalOf or relating to or being biography. The biographical debrief focuses on an individual’s life or career.
biologicPertaining to biology or to life and living things. A common example of sensory deprivation due to biologic factors is blindness.
biologicalPertaining to biology or to life and living things. Here are some homely examples of the biological aspect.
biologisticOf or relating to biologism. That’s obviously an very biologistic argument.
bioluminescentEmitting light. Many bioluminescent organisms live in this zone.
biomedicalRelating to the activities and applications of science to clinical medicine. The new campus is also the seat of several biomedical spin off companies.
bionicHaving particular physiological functions augmented or replaced by electronic or electromechanical components. The machine was also known as the bionic beaver .
bionomicOf or relating to the science of ecology.
bionomicalOf or relating to the science of ecology.
biosyntheticOf or relating to biosynthesis. Opiates belong to the large biosynthetic group of benzylisoquinoline alkaloids.
biosystematicOf or relating to biosystematics.
bioticOf or relating to living organisms. Biotic components are the living things that shape an ecosystem.
biotiticRelating to or involving biotite.
biotypicOf or relating to a biotype.
biovularDerived from two separate fertilized ova. The two eggs, or ova, form two zygotes, hence the terms dizygotic and biovular.
biparousProducing two offspring at a time.
bipartisanSupported by both sides. Bipartisan applause for a documentary of the gipper’s life and times.
bipartiteDivided into two portions almost to the base. Computing the bipartite dimension.
bipartizanSupported by both sides.
bipedHaving two feet. The dinosaur is depicted as a biped.
bipedalHaving two feet. They are bipedal and are entirely tailless and wingless.
bipinnateOf a leaf shape; having doubly pinnate leaflets (as ferns). Leaves with larger leaflets commonly bipinnate.
bipinnatifidPinnatifid with the segments also pinnatifid.
bipolarOf, pertaining to, or occurring in both polar regions. Some important symptoms of the bipolar disorder.
biquadraticOf or relating to the fourth power. Euler made the first conjectures about biquadratic reciprocity.
biracialConsisting of or combining two races. Beals plays a biracial woman passing for white.
biradialShowing both bilateral and radial symmetry. Ctenophores show biradial symmetry.
biramousResembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches. I realised today that we’ve got separate articles for biramous and uniramous.
birchConsisting of or made of wood of the birch tree. Forest is sparse and consists of craggy pine and birch.
birchenConsisting of or made of wood of the birch tree. Mighty bald eagles preen themselves in birch trees.
birefringentRelating to or characterized by double refraction. The rnfl isn’t the only form birefringent structure in the eye.
birkenConsisting of or made of wood of the birch tree. Of course, birken also has a post office box.
biserrateHaving saw-like notches with the notches themselves similarly notched.
bisexualSexually attracted to both sexes. It is the oldest and largest bisexual group in the san francisco bay area.
bismarckianOf or relating to prince otto von bismarck or his accomplishments. It is compulsory communism of the bismarckian stamp that we combat.
bismuthalOf or relating to bismuth.
bismuthicContaining bismuth (especially in the pentavalent state).
bisontineRelating to or characteristic of bison.
bisteredColored with or as if with bister.
bistredColored with or as if with bister.
bistroicOf or relating to or resembling a bistro.
bisulcateSplit, divided. These two species share a distinctive morphology of the posterior male metasternum, which is strongly depressed and bisulcate, indicating a sister species relationship.
bitingCausing a sharply painful or stinging sensation; used especially of cold. Biting wind made me extremely cold.
bitterCausing a sharply painful or stinging sensation; used especially of cold. The water extract is slightly bitter to the taste.
bitterishSomewhat bitter.
bittersweetTinged with sadness. Kind of a bittersweet performance for me.
bittieVery small. The new source bit is a wee bittie thin though.
bittyVery small. It seemed quite bitty and without a flow.
bitumenoidLike bitumen.
bituminoidLike bitumen.
bituminousResembling or containing bitumen. Article needs more focus on bituminous coal.
bivalentHaving a valence of two or having two valences. An older term for divalent is ‘bivalent’.
bivalveUsed of mollusks having two shells (as clams etc.). Arcticidae is a family of bivalve molluscs in the order veneroida.
bivalvedUsed of mollusks having two shells (as clams etc.). Clam shrimp are bivalved animals which have lived since at least the devonian.
bivariateHaving two variables. Bivariate mapping is an important technique in cartography.
biweeklyOccurring every two weeks. A biweekly fine arts supplement is published.
biyearlyOccurring every second year. I wonder if this is the end of biyearly marathons of the show.
bizarreConspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual. The marathon was the most bizarre event of the year.
bizonalRelating to or concerned with the combined affairs of two administrative zones.

Adjectives That Start with BL (87 Words)

blabbermouthedProne to communicate confidential information.
blabbyUnwisely talking too much.
blackMarked by anger or resentment or hostility. Achromatic means black and white to me.
blackguardlyLacking principles or scruples – w.m. thackaray.
blackishMade black especially as with suffused blood. The rest of the gown is black and red.
bladelikeShaped like a sword blade. Teeth usually bladelike with one cusp.
blaeOf bluish-black or grey-blue.
blamableExpletives used informally as intensifiers. He was spared the blame and ignominy.
blameExpletives used informally as intensifiers. I blame it on the kiwi inferiority complex.
blameableExpletives used informally as intensifiers. Cashmere shares the blame, though.
blamedExpletives used informally as intensifiers. Police blamed the violence on the demonstrators.
blamefulExpletives used informally as intensifiers. Cashmere shares the blame, though.
blamelessFree of guilt; not subject to blame. But that doesn’t mean that zelaya’s blameless in all of this.
blameworthyDeserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious. You think you are morally blameworthy for not saving him.
blandSmoothly agreeable and courteous with a degree of sophistication. The dish is typically bland in nature.
blankNot written or printed on. A cut and scored foldable blank and the field box is formed from the blank.
blanketBroad in scope or content- t.g.winner. They encased the blanket around themselves.
blanketedBroad in scope or content- t.g.winner. It may serve as a bedspread, blanket, or carpet.
blaseVery sophisticated especially because of surfeit; versed in the ways of the world. Gunter blase began igus in october 1964 in a double garage in cologne.
blasphemousCharacterized by profanity or cursing. Is this is a contest of who can be the most blasphemous
blastemalOf or relating to blastemata.
blastematicOf or relating to blastemata.
blastemicOf or relating to blastemata.
blastocoelicOf or relating to a segmentation cavity.
blastodermaticOf or relating to a blastoderm.
blastodermicOf or relating to a blastoderm.
blastogeneticOf or relating to blastogenesis.
blastomericOf or relating to a blastomere.
blastomycoticOf or relating to or characteristic of blastomycosis.
blastoporalOf or relating to a blastopore.
blastoporicOf or relating to a blastopore.
blastosphericOf or relating to a blastula.
blastularOf or relating to a blastula.
blatantWithout any attempt at concealment; completely obvious. That is a blatant travesty of the facts.
blateDisposed to avoid notice; (`blate’ is a scottish term for bashful).
bleakOffering little or no hope- j.m.synge. Rivington and bleak hill are the main primary schools in the area.
blearTired to the point of exhaustion. Our smudge and blear and soil, he proposes, do not efface the glory.
blearyTired to the point of exhaustion. And i was also tired and bleary eyed from not enough sleep for 3 nights.
blebbedMarred by small bubbles or small particles of foreign material.
blebbyCovered with small blisters.
blendedCombined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable. In the northern rhone the grape is sometimes blended with chardonnay.
blessedCharacterized by happiness and good fortune. The parched land was blessed with showers.
blestHighly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace). The isles of the blest were often thought of as being far to the west…
blightedAffected by blight; anything that mars or prevents growth or prosperity. Much of his time as player was blighted by injury.
blimpishPompously ultraconservative and nationalistic.
blindNot based on reason or evidence. Community patriotism makes its votaries blind.
blindedUnable or unwilling to perceive or understand. The metropolis operates the school for the blind.
blindfoldWearing a blindfold. Blindfold has a unique speech pattern.
blindfoldedWearing a blindfold. But the people are still blindfolded.
blindingUnable to see–kenneth jernigan. The metropolis operates the school for the blind.
blinkingClosing the eyes intermittently and rapidly. The player is aided with the beats by the blinking of the bar.
blissfulCompletely happy and contented. The match was far from being blissful.
blisteringVery fast; capable of quick response and great speed. Blistering, bruising and necrosis may be extensive.
blisteryHot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters.
blitheLacking or showing a lack of due concern. Pooh is guileless, blithe, good natured, democratic.
blithesomeCarefree and happy and lighthearted.
blockedClosed to traffic. Who blocked the access to the site
blockheadedStupid. It’s not just users in general, but blockheaded administrators in the specific.
blondBeing or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes. He is a mild mannered, bespectacled man with blond hair.
blondeBeing or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes. He immediately takes an interest in the saucy blonde.
bloodcurdlingExtremely alarming. It’s a pretty eerily bloodcurdling tale.
bloodedOf unmixed ancestry. The greeks are not pure blooded.
bloodguiltyGuilty of murder or bloodshed.
bloodlessAnemic looking from illness or emotion- mary w. shelley. The recuperation of tarapaca was a bloodless event.
bloodshotReddened as a result of locally congested blood vessels; inflamed. An old and dangerous japanese scientist who created the bloodshot procedure.
bloodstainedCovered with blood. He has white, bloodstained wings.
bloodsuckingDrawing blood from the body of another. The primary goal was to get rid of the bloodsucking tsars.
bloodthirstyMarked by eagerness to resort to violence and bloodshed-g.w.johnson. He is a known as a bloodthirsty pirate.
bloodyHaving or covered with or accompanied by blood. It just seems like obdurate bloody mindedness to me.
bloomingInformal intensifiers. The village of washingtonville is within the town of blooming grove.
blotchedMarked with irregularly shaped spots or blots. They are sometimes blotched and sometimes solid colored.
blotchyMarked with irregularly shaped spots or blots. In between the stripes on the pattern are rows with blotchy spots.
blottoVery drunk. Please review the history of blotto adrift.
blowsyCharacteristic of or befitting a slut or slattern; used especially of women. Ophelia is often described in the book as a blowsy old cog .
blowyAbounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes.
blowzyCharacteristic of or befitting a slut or slattern; used especially of women.
blubberySwollen with fat.
blueFilled with melancholy and despondency. The shirt was green and blue plaid, and the pants were these black skinnies.
blue-eyedFavorite. Visual media often portray the ingenue as a fawn eyed innocent.
blueishOf the color intermediate between green and violet; having a color similar to that of a clear unclouded sky- helen hunt jackson. Bills are olive grey and legs blueish grey, with zygodactyl toes..
bluffVery steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front. It includes wit, bluff and a lot of foolery.
bluishOf the color intermediate between green and violet; having a color similar to that of a clear unclouded sky- helen hunt jackson. Seaja was covered in tentacled limbs and was colored bluish grey.
bluntCharacterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion. He’s a blunt and plainspoken guy.
bluntedDevoid of any qualifications or disguise or adornment. The profile of the snout is blunt.
bluntingCharacterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion. Her work is described as direct, blunt, and plainspoken.
blurredIndistinct or hazy in outline. In subsequent years, the application of the title became blurred.
blurryIndistinct or hazy in outline. Moreover, the text of the articles are too blurry to read.

Adjectives That Start with BO (101 Words)

boastfulExhibiting self-importance. Cassiopeia was vain and boastful.
bobtailHaving a short or shortened tail. An 1811 dictionary has it as tag rag and bobtail.
bobtailedHaving a short or shortened tail. Many of these dogs were born bobtailed and this gave rise to the word curtail.
bodaciousUnrestrained by convention or propriety- los angeles times. A few days later bodacious was retired from profesional bull riding for ever.
bodilessNot having a material body. It is the bodiless telepathic brain that dominates the planet of camazotz.
bodilyAffecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit. Shape shifters refer to a strong and weak form of bodily transference.
bodylessHaving no trunk or main part. These are repaint godmasters who transformed into bodyless engines.
boeotianOf or relating to ancient boeotia or its people or to the dialect spoken there in classical times. No reference has been found on the status of the diphthongs in boeotian.
boffoResoundingly successful and popular. Information about boffo and its games can still be found on the site however.
bogartianOf or relating to or in the style of humphrey bogart.
bogusFraudulent; having a misleading appearance. The touchstone is bogus accusations and exaggeration.
bohemianUnconventional in especially appearance and behavior. Enlightened rule destroyed the few remaining vestiges of the bohemian kingdom.
boisterousViolently agitated and turbulent- ezra pound. Eddie’s video is typically boisterous and frisky.
boldClear and distinct. The man needed to bold the angularity.
bolivianOf or relating to or characteristic of bolivia or its people. Around the shield there are three bolivian flags on each side.
bolographicOf or relating to a bolograph.
bolometricOf or relating to a bolometer. The luminosity thus obtained is known as the bolometric luminosity.
bolshevikOf or relating to bolshevism. I’m communist, bolshevik and russian revolutionist.
bolshevistOf or relating to bolshevism. The bolshevist coup in october changed the situation drastically.
bolshevisticOf or relating to bolshevism.
bolshyObstreperous. It isn’t likewikipedia with a lot of bolshy users.
bombasticOstentatiously lofty in style. Dunne is bombastic and imposing.
bombproofAble to resist the explosive force of bombs and shells. The fort was a small, unflanked enclosure with a bombproof and a magazine.
boneConsisting of or made up of bone. Most of the skull consisted of bone struts.
bonedConsisting of or made up of bone. It is the smallest bone in the distal row.
bonelessConsisting of or made up of bone. The bone was damaged.
bonelikeResembling bone. An artificial bonelike graft is disclosed.
boneyHaving bones especially many or prominent bones. Both are two of the largest boney fish species.
bonkersInformal or slang terms for mentally irregular. Look for the facts, not some bonkers make believe.
bonnieVery pleasing to the eye. Bonnie can and should be trimmed.
bonnyVery pleasing to the eye. Bonny disappears from the record entirely.
bonyComposed of or containing bone. A large paunch, or a bony or angular frame are discouraged.
bonzerRemarkable or wonderful. Many consider the bonzer design to be the archetype of the modern surfboard.
bookableSubject to being reserved or booked. Bcp also sells pre bookable central london parking.
bookishCharacterized by diligent study and fondness for reading. Reading lights are also appreciated by us bookish types.
booleanOf or relating to a combinatorial system devised by george boole that combines propositions with the logical operators and and or and if then and except and not. Compare it to how boolean logic treats intuitionism.
boomingUsed of the voice. At the time of the price war, sales were booming.
boonVery close and convivial. The boon works if he remains celibate.
boorishIll-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance. His behavior was indeed immature and boorish.
bootlegDistributed or sold illicitly. Bootleg recordings of the majority of them exist.
bootlessUnproductive of success. They did their best to turn the bootless work into a useful one.
bootlickingAttempting to win favor by flattery. Fascists and their bootlicking toadies.
boozyGiven to or marked by the consumption of alcohol. The single faced a slight controversy due to its boozy lyrics.
boracicOf or relating to or derived from or containing boron.
boratedMixed or impregnated with borax. The borated plastic shield was used in the detection of fast neutrons.
borderlineOf questionable or minimal quality. It is borderline offensive and borderline personal insult.
borealToward or located in the north. In winter, there is a strong wind in the boreal forest.
boredTired of the world. Pearl is becoming bored with her humdrum life.
boricOf or relating to or derived from or containing boron. Titration of fluoride with boric acid.
boringSo lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness. Boring is the program without the challenge.
bornBrought into existence. He was the last born and was a puny child.
boronicOf or relating to boron. Boronic esters result from the condensation of boronic acids with alcohols.
boskopoidBelonging or relating to or resembling boskop man.
boskyCovered with or consisting of bushes or thickets- jack beatty. How bloodily the sun begins to peerabove yon bosky hill
bosnianOf or relating to or characteristic of bosnia-herzegovina or the people of bosnia. Croatian and bosnian are internationally accepted.
bosomedHaving a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds.
bossExceptionally good. My boss and i importuned the buyer.
bossyOffensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power. Debbie is bossy and a planner…
botanicOf or relating to plants or botany. The bridge is near the botanic gardens and the local swimming pool.
botanicalOf or relating to plants or botany. This has the musky botanical smell of hay and autumn leaves.
botchyPoorly done.
bothTwo considered together; the two. Both the bullet and the target consisted of multiple rings stacked together.
bothersomeCausing irritation or annoyance. It’s the amount of space we’re devoting that is bothersome.
botoneeHaving a cluster of three buttons or knobs at the end of each arm.
botonneeHaving a cluster of three buttons or knobs at the end of each arm.
botryoidResembling a cluster of grapes in form. The botryoid odontogenic cyst is a variant of the lateral periodontal cyst.
botryoidalResembling a cluster of grapes in form. It forms botryoidal to mammillary clay like masses.
botswananOf or pertaining to botswana or the people of botswana. River fish are also part of botswanan cuisine.
bottomThe lowest rank. The attendant winds down the ring rails to the bottom.
bottomedThe lowest rank. The openings extend down to the base of the interior convex bottom wall.
bottomlessExtremely deep. Otherwise this page could be bottomless.
bottommostFarthest down. The bottommost led on the right side indicated hard disk activity.
botuliformShaped like a sausage.
botulinalOf or relating to or produced by the botulinus. All patients were hospitalized and 33 received trivalent botulinal antitoxin.
bouffantBeing puffed out; used of hair style or clothing. Bill sports a bouffant hairdo, platform shoes and ridiculous false chin.
boughlessHaving no boughs (of trees).
boughtenPurchased; not homemade. I can not remember boughten from any novel or magazine.
boulderedAbounding in rocks or stones. I’ve bouldered over many a tailings pile in my day.
bouncingVigorously healthy. It is also the site where the bouncing bomb was built.
bouncyElastic; rebounds readily. Mr. bergeret drew playing of bouncy refinement from the orchestra.
boundBound by contract. The ashram’s peace and tranquillity can spell bound anyone.
boundedConfined in the bowels. Deoxyhemoglobin is the form of hemoglobin without the bound oxygen.
boundenMorally obligatory. It is our bounden duty now to protect the national interest at all costs.
bounderishLacking in refinement or grace.
boundlessSeemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent. The cultural opportunities at wikipedia are boundless.
bounteousGiven or giving freely. They did not know the man was a bounteous person.
bountiedRewarded or able to be rewarded by a bounty.
bountifulGiven or giving freely. It stands along the nagara river, creating bountiful nature within the city.
bourgeoisConforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class. In an industrial bourgeois society, the genre is the novel, a moll flanders.
boustrophedonicOf or relating to writing alternate lines in opposite directions.
bovidOf or relating to or belonging to the genus bos (cattle). A bovid hybrid is a hybrid of two different members of the bovid family.
bovineOf or relating to or belonging to the genus bos (cattle). It is the principal form of calcium found in bovine milk.
bowedHave legs that curve outward at the knees. Bowed stringed instruments include the kabak kemane and the kemenche.
boweryLike a bower; leafy and shady. Mega development on the bowery, an avenue changing very quickly.
bowfrontHaving an outward curving front.
bowlegHave legs that curve outward at the knees. It is also known as bandy leg, bowleg, bow leg, and tibia vara.
bowleggedHave legs that curve outward at the knees. This resembles the realigning of a bowlegged knee to a knock kneed position.
boxlikeResembling a box in rectangularity. The ride is safe but uncomfortable, the carriages being small and boxlike.
boyishBefitting or characteristic of a young boy. He’s also relatively young and has a boyish face.
boylikeBefitting or characteristic of a young boy.
boytroseResembling a cluster of grapes in form.

Adjectives That Start with BR (116 Words)

brachialOf or relating to an arm. It has been used in the evaluation of brachial plexus birth palsy.
brachiateHaving widely spreading paired branches.
brachiopodOf or belonging to the phylum brachiopoda. Fish and crustaceans seem to find brachiopod flesh distasteful.
brachiopodousOf or belonging to the phylum brachiopoda.
brachycephalicHaving a short broad head with a cephalic index of over 80. The skull is brachycephalic, mostly of moderate size and height.
brachycranialHaving a short broad head with a cephalic index of over 80.
brachycranicHaving a short broad head with a cephalic index of over 80.
brachydactylicHaving abnormally short finger or toes.
brachydactylousHaving abnormally short finger or toes.
brachypterousHaving very short or rudimentary wings. It is 5 mm long and occurs in both the macropterous and brachypterous condition.
brachyurousOf or belonging to the suborder brachyura.
bracingImparting vitality and energy. An adjustable device for rigid bracing of the ladder sections is provided.
brackishSlightly salty (especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water). The reason for this is the brackish nature of the water.
bractealPertaining to or resembling or functioning as a bract.
bracteateHaving bracts. Flowers are small and white, radial, and arranged in a compound bracteate cymbe.
bractedHaving bracts.
bracteolateHaving bracteoles. Partial peduncles are bracteolate and two flowered.
bragExceptionally good. Is another impertinent, and apt to brag a little
braggartExhibiting self-importance. Four flusher can also refer to a welcher, piker, or braggart.
braggingExhibiting self-importance. It is a matter of waiting for the right bragging around.
braggyExhibiting self-importance. They deicided to vote out zoe for being too braggy.
brahminicOf or relating to or characteristic of a brahmin. Rituals take place in reverse order during brahminic funeral services.
brahminicalOf or relating to or characteristic of a brahmin. He refused to undergo the brahminical thread ceremony.
braidedWoven by (or as if by) braiding. The hair is then braided until the desired position for the parandi is reached.
brainishCharacterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation; (`brainish’ is archaic).
brainlessNot using intelligence. Disappointed here due to brainless admin.
brainsickAffected with madness or insanity.
braisedCooked by browning in fat and then simmering in a closed container. It is commonly braised with pork or beef.
brakyCovered with brambles and ferns and other undergrowth.
bralessHaving the breasts uncovered or featuring such nudity. First of all, it’s not so uncommon nor a shock for a woman to go braless.
bramblyCovered with brambles and ferns and other undergrowth. It’s a steep fall to a very hard and brambly bottom.
branchialOf or relating to gills (or to parts of the body derived from embryonic gills). The branchial plates are responsible for oxygenation.
branchiateProvided with gills.
branchiopodOf or relating to or characteristic of the subclass branchiopoda. It is one of eight known branchiopod species found only in northern california.
branchiopodanOf or relating to or characteristic of the subclass branchiopoda.
branchiopodousOf or relating to or characteristic of the subclass branchiopoda.
brashOffensively bold. He appears brash, arrogant and short tempered early on in the story.
brassboundHaving trim or fittings of brass.
brasslikeResembling the sound of a brass instrument.
brassyResembling the sound of a brass instrument. Maudre is blonde and brassy, but with a definite soft side.
brattyImpolitely unruly. She is also known to be shallow and ‘bratty’ to others.
braveBrightly colored and showy. He was renowned for being incorruptible, outspoken and brave.
brawBrightly colored and showy.
brawnyPossessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful. Outdoor sports began with brawny men in lumber camps throwing axes for fun.
brazenUnrestrained by convention or propriety- los angeles times. Crimson gore spattered the temples of khaine and stained his brazen idols.
brazilianOf or relating to or characteristic of brazil or the people of brazil. In fact, the area of brazilian composers is rather underdeveloped.
breakableCapable of being broken or damaged. Changbaiite is nonmagnetic and breakable.
breakawayHaving separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude. The race lead was assured to transfer to one in the breakaway.
breakneckMoving at very high speed. Once there the team searches for the breakneck and it’s cargo of missiles.
breastlessWithout a breast.
breathingPassing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination. Inhaling is one of the acts of breathing.
breathlessAppearing dead; not breathing or having no perceptible pulse. And also made it even less breathless…
breathtakingTending to cause suspension of regular breathing. In some spots, the views are breathtaking.
breechedDressed in trousers. I have not breeched the 1rr please check again my edits.
breedingProducing offspring or set aside especially for producing offspring. It is fairly gregarious outside the breeding season.
bregmaticOf or relating to the bregma of the skull.
briaryHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc..
brickleHaving little elasticity; hence easily cracked or fractured or snapped. His father would always have a butter brickle cone.
bricklyHaving little elasticity; hence easily cracked or fractured or snapped.
bridalOf or pertaining to a bride. The chair with perhaps the greatest importance was the bridal chair.
briefVery short. The encounters are brief but uncommonly vivid.
brieflessLacking clients.
brieryHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc..
brightFull or promise. Bright colors can be insulting to the eye and disrupt the theme of the image.
brilliantHaving striking color. She is known as her brilliant wile.
brimfullFilled to capacity.
brindedHaving a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats. An alteration of brinded, probably by association with speckled, grizzled etc.
brindleHaving a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats. The coat is wheaten, blue, or brindle in colour.
brindledHaving a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats. It is usually found in brindled or peppered variety.
brinySlightly salty (especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water). The acidity of the lemon juices can make the oysters seem less briny.
brisantOf or relating to the power (the shattering effect) of an explosive.
briskImparting vitality and energy. Both the acid and alkali reactions are brisk and vigorous.
bristledHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.. They have long forefeet for burrowing, and bristled hind feet for grooming.
bristlelikeResembling a bristle.
britannicOf britain. The ethiopian army became more effective by what britannic colonial forces.
britishOf or relating to or characteristic of great britain or its people or culture. British geography is a delectation.
britonCharacteristic of or associated with the britons. A transplanted briton, he is the scourge of the monarchy.
brittleNot annealed and consequently easily cracked or fractured. One of the main effects of cadmium poisoning is weak and brittle bones.
broadBroad in scope or content- t.g.winner. The purview of miff foundation is very broad.
broadbandOf or relating to or being a communications network in which the bandwidth can be divided and shared by multiple simultaneous signals (as for voice or data or video). The broadband sector has the lowest score in the aggregate.
broadleafHaving relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves. It is common and occurs on both broadleaf trees and conifers.
broadloomWoven full width. It is considered the largest broadloom carpet maker in the world.
broadnosedOf or related to new world monkeys having nostrils far apart or to people with broad noses.
broadsideToward a full side. It was published as a broadside ballad.
brobdingnagianHuge; relating to or characteristic of the imaginary country of brobdingnag. He was tall and plump, perhaps one might even call him brobdingnagian.
brokeLacking funds. The war broke out spontaneously.
brokenTamed or trained to obey. All he found was a broken hyoid.
brokenheartedFull of sorrow. The song was very dramatic, it captured the brokenhearted side of nina.
bromicRelating to or containing bromine (especially pentavalent bromine). Bromic acid is a key reagent in the belousov zhabotinsky oscillating reaction.
bromidicDull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality. Each expresses the crystallized thought of her particular bromidic group.
bronchialRelating to or associated with the bronchi. Bronchial asthma is the more correct name for the common form of asthma.
bronchiolarOf or relating to or involving bronchioles.
bronchoscopicOf or relating to an instrument for examining the interior of the bronchi. It is the technique of choice nowadays for most bronchoscopic procedures.
bronzeOf the color of bronze. He won the bronze medal in the single sculls.
bronzedHaving a tan color from exposure to the sun. The wing coverts and mantle are slightly bronzed.
bronzyMade from or consisting of bronze. Contemporaneous bronze reductions of the monument exist.
broodyDeeply or seriously thoughtful;. The hens are regularly broody and are known to be good sitters.
brotherlikeLike or characteristic of or befitting a brother.
brotherlyLike or characteristic of or befitting a brother. Pakistan has brotherly relations with malaysia.
brownDeeply suntanned. Brown also constantly refuted the idea of black inferiority.
brown,Deeply suntanned. The color of the naiad is mottled green and brown.
brownedDeeply suntanned. The color of the naiad is mottled green and brown.
brownishOf a color similar to that of wood or earth. The shell is translucent and pale brownish in color.
brumalCharacteristic of or relating to winter.
brummagemCheap and showy. The beer seller’s costume includes examples of cheap brummagem jewellery.
brumousFilled or abounding with fog or mist.
brunetMarked by dark or relatively dark pigmentation of hair or skin or eyes. Jules brunet in front, second from right.
brunetteMarked by dark or relatively dark pigmentation of hair or skin or eyes. Sam is a brunette with brown eyes.
brushedTouched lightly in passing; grazed against. A significant amount of the ashes were brushed under the rug.
bruskMarked by rude or peremptory shortness. Why are your edits so frequently brusk and ill mannered
brusqueMarked by rude or peremptory shortness. Brusque is the word i was looking for.
brutExtremely dry. Exercises ranging from the art brut until hyperrealism.
brutalHarsh. News of the brutal murders swept across the world.
bruteResembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility. The game heavily encourages the use of stealth over brute force.
brutishResembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility. The crocodile headed sebeki are a brutish and brutal race.
bryophyticRelating to plants of the division bryophyta.

Adjectives That Start with BU (77 Words)

bubalineRelating to or resembling a buffalo.
bubonicOf or evidencing buboes. Bubonic plague can progress to lethal septicemic plague in some cases.
buccalLying within the mouth. A buccal mask is a mask covering the buccal area and mouth.
buckramRigidly formal. The photo depicts a variety of buckram color swatches.
bucksheeFree of charge- economist.
bucolicIdyllically rustic. Raza was initially enamored of the bucolic countryside of rural france.
buddhistOf or relating to or supporting buddhism. See the buddhist philosophy of emptiness.
buddhisticOf or relating to or supporting buddhism. They consist of a buddhistic monastery and two stupas.
buddingBeginning to develop. The piece documents in cinema verite the early stages of a budding politician.
budgetaryOf or relating to a budget. Recent budgetary constraints led to the cutting of russian language classes.
buffOf the yellowish-beige color of buff leather. The students are buff with chocolates.
buffoonishLike a clown. It still makes you look buffoonish.
buggyInfested with bugs. The rear section of the buggy can carry mission specific equipment.
buirdlyMuscular and heavily built.
bulbaceousProducing or growing from bulbs.
bulbarInvolving the medulla oblongata. Bulbar throat muscle weakness is a main feature of nemaline myopathy.
bulblikeShaped like a bulb.
bulbousShaped like a bulb. The melon is particularly bulbous.
bulgarianOf or relating to or characteristic of bulgaria or its people. The knoll is named after the bulgarian town of gabrovo.
bulimicSuffering from bulimia. She had a potassium imbalance because she was bulimic.
bulkyOf large size for its weight. I removed the bulky and encyclopedic lists from the page.
bullateOf leaves; appearing puckered as if blistered. These scales may be either small and fringed or bullate.
bulletproofWithout flaws or loopholes. Bulletproof vests are made of cloth.
bullheadedObstinate and stupid. I have no further interest in this bullheaded nonsense.
bullishExpecting a rise in prices. He appears to be rude, patronising and bullish.
bullneckedHaving a thick short powerful neck.
bullockyResembling a bullock in strength and power. The bullock whip was used by an australian bullock team driver bullocky .
bullyVery good. Then the bully starts teasing both pepe and ana.
bullyingNoisily domineering; tending to browbeat others. The culture here is one of bullying and mediocrity.
bumOf very poor quality; flimsy. Bounteous says that her new husband is probably a bum.
bumblingLacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands- mary h.. The bumbling assistant reveals the illusion.
bumptiousOffensively self-assertive. Just wanted to make folk awares hope it didn’t sound bumptious.
bumpyCovered with or full of bumps. The roads were both narrow and bumpy, and the staggering.
bungaloidCharacterized by bungalows.
bunglesomeDifficult to handle or manage especially because of shape.
bunglingLacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands- mary h.. I am afraid of bungling so am appealing for assistance.
buoyantCharacterized by liveliness and lightheartedness. Buoyant outrigger tanks adjust the attitude of the apparatus over the pipeline.
burblingUttered with unrestrained enthusiasm. You can’t go calling a man a burbling pixie without lowering his morale.
burblyUttered with unrestrained enthusiasm. They sound nice, too, they emit a very burbly, low grumble.
burdenlessNot encumbered with a physical burden or load.
burdensomeNot easily borne; wearing. Eulogius comments repeatedly on the burdensome tax.
bureaucraticOf or relating to or resembling a bureaucrat or bureaucracy. He bests the bureaucratic fools.
burglarproofSecure against burglary.
burkedSuppressed quietly or indirectly. The issue of his background has been burked.
burledHave a pattern from the grain of a tree burl. The interior was fitted with leather seats and burled walnut accents.
burlesqueRelating to or characteristic of a burlesque. With his burlesque songs, he healed the oppression of the panamanians.
burlyMuscular and heavily built. The fight scene plagarizes burly brawl from the matrix reloaded.
burmeseOf or relating to or characteristic of myanmar or its people. Burmese is a tonal and analytic language.
burnableCapable of burning. He had used a burnable connector that ran from candle to candle.
burningOf immediate import. Did the sun stop burning or the laws of gravitation repeal themselves
burntRuined by overcooking. The two barely escape as the flames burnt the body.
burredHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.. Finally, andrey gubin decided to realize himself in music though he burred.
burrlikeResembling a burr; especially in being prickly.
burryHaving or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.. A diversion is in place along the burry port relief road.
bursalRelating to or affecting a bursa. In some patients the disease process may involve tendon sheaths and bursal sacs.
bursiformShaped like a pouch.
burundiOf or relating to or characteristic of burundi or its people. It is the only public university in burundi.
burundianOf or relating to or characteristic of burundi or its people. People of burundian nationality murdered in a place other than burundi.
bushNot of the highest quality or sophistication. Bush dominated the east part of the state.
bushedVery tired. So close that the tip of their wings bushed the side of my head.
bushwhackingLying in ambush. He was found guilty of bushwhacking, or of being a guerilla.
bushyResembling a bush in being thickly branched and spreading. The growth habit is very vigorous, the plant being much branched and bushy.
businesslikeNot distracted by anything unrelated to the goal. He’s more businesslike about doing his job.
bustLacking funds. The obverse depicts the crowned bust of isabella of spain.
bustedLacking funds. The bronze have the imperial bust on the obverse.
bustlingFull of energetic and noisy activity. He was born in the bustling harbor city of nantes in western france.
bustyHaving a large bosom and pleasing curves. She is very busty and has orange hair.
busyUnavailable for use by anyone else or indicating unavailability; (`engaged’ is a british term for a busy telephone line). I’d apologize but i’m too busy campaigning against moral turpitude.
busybodiedIntrusive in a meddling or offensive manner.
butchUsed of men; markedly masculine in appearance or manner. Butch hides the ham behind a sofa.
buteonineRelating to or resembling a hawk of the genus buteo.
butterfingeredLacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands- mary h..
buttonlikeSmall and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button.
buttressedHeld up by braces or buttresses. There are sandbag buttressed guardposts at the gates.
butyraceousHaving the qualities of butter or yielding or containing a substance like butter.
butyricRelating to or producing butyric acid. It is the sodium salt of butyric acid.
buxomHaving a large bosom and pleasing curves. Frazetta’s men were burlier, his women more buxom than jones’s.

Adjectives That Start with BY (3 Words)

bygoneWell in the past; former. The whole church emanates the atmosphere of bygone days.
bypastWell in the past; former.
byzantineHighly complex or intricate and occasionally devious. This was the true beginning of feudalism in the byzantine empire.

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