bier a platform or portable framework on which a coffin or corpse is placed. bilge the rounded, lower exterior part of a ship's hull. biremes galleys of ancient times, having two rows of oars on each side, one under the other. biremes galleys of ancient times, having two rows of oars on each side, one under the other. blandishment a flattering or ingratiating act or remark, etc., meant to persuade. blandishments flattering or ingratiating acts or remarks meant to persuade. blazon showy display. boon [Archaic] kind, generous, pleasant, etc. brutish of or like a brute; savage, gross, stupid, sensual, irrational, etc. buffeted beaten back as by repeated blows; thrust about.
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