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126 Adjectives That Start With BE

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beaded (adjective) covered with beads of liquid
beadlike (adjective) small and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button Synonyms: beady, buttonlike, buttony
beady (adjective) small and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button Synonyms: beadlike, buttonlike, buttony
(adjective) covered with beads or jewels or sequins Synonyms: jeweled, jewelled, gemmed, sequined, spangled, spangly
beaked (adjective) having or resembling a beak
beakless (adjective) not having a beak or bill
beaklike (adjective) resembling the beak of a bird
beaming (adjective) cheerful and bright Synonyms: glad
(adjective) pleased and proud
(adjective) radiating or as if radiating light Synonyms: radiant, refulgent, effulgent, beamy
beamish (adjective) smiling with happiness or optimism Synonyms: smiling, twinkly
beamy (adjective) broad in the beam
(adjective) radiating or as if radiating light Synonyms: radiant, refulgent, effulgent, beaming
bearable (adjective) capable of being borne though unpleasant Synonyms: endurable, sufferable, supportable
bearded (adjective) having hair on the cheeks and chin Synonyms: whiskered, whiskery, barbate, bewhiskered
(adjective) having a growth of hairlike awns
beardless (adjective) having no beard Synonyms: whiskerless
(adjective) lacking hair on the face Synonyms: smooth-faced
beardown (adjective) with full strength
bearing (adjective) (of a structural member) withstanding a weight or strain
bearish (adjective) expecting prices to fall
beastly (adjective) (informal) very unpleasant Synonyms: hellish, god-awful
(adjective) resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility Synonyms: bestial, brutal, brute, brutish
beat (adjective) very tired Synonyms: dead, all in, bushed
beatable (adjective) susceptible to being defeated Synonyms: vanquishable, vincible
beaten (adjective) much trodden and worn smooth or bare
(adjective) formed or made thin by hammering
beatific (adjective) experiencing or bestowing celestial joy
(adjective) marked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint Synonyms: sainted, saintlike, saintly, angelic, angelical
beatified (adjective) Roman Catholic; proclaimed one of the blessed and thus worthy of veneration Synonyms: blessed
beauteous (adjective) (poetic) beautiful, especially to the sight
beautiful (adjective) delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration
(adjective) (of weather) highly enjoyable
becalmed (adjective) rendered motionless for lack of wind
becoming (adjective) according with custom or propriety Synonyms: decorous, seemly, comely, comme il faut
(adjective) displaying or setting off to best advantage
bedaubed (adjective) ornamented in a vulgar or showy fashion
bedded (adjective) deposited or arranged in horizontal layers Synonyms: stratified
(adjective) having a bed or beds as specified
bedewed (adjective) wet with dew Synonyms: dewy
bedfast (adjective) confined to bed (by illness) Synonyms: sick-abed, bedrid, bedridden
bedimmed (adjective) made dim or indistinct
bedless (adjective) without a bed
bedraggled (adjective) limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud Synonyms: draggled
(adjective) in deplorable condition Synonyms: ramshackle, derelict, dilapidated, broken-down, tatterdemalion, tumble-down
bedrid (adjective) confined to bed (by illness) Synonyms: sick-abed, bedfast, bedridden
bedridden (adjective) confined to bed (by illness) Synonyms: sick-abed, bedfast, bedrid
beechen (adjective) consisting of or made of wood of the beech tree
beefy (adjective) muscular and heavily built Synonyms: husky, strapping, buirdly, burly
beery (adjective) smelling of beer
beetle (adjective) jutting or overhanging Synonyms: beetling
beetling (adjective) jutting or overhanging Synonyms: beetle
befitting (adjective) appropriate to
befogged (adjective) stupefied by alcoholic drink Synonyms: befuddled
beforehand (adjective) being ahead of time or need Synonyms: advance
befouled (adjective) made dirty or foul Synonyms: fouled
befuddled (adjective) stupefied by alcoholic drink Synonyms: befogged
(adjective) perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment Synonyms: mazed, mixed-up, confounded, confused, at sea, baffled, bemused, bewildered, lost
(adjective) confused and vague; used especially of thinking Synonyms: muddled, muzzy, woolly, woolly-headed, wooly, wooly-minded, addled
beggarly (adjective) marked by poverty befitting a beggar Synonyms: mean
(adjective) (used of sums of money) so small in amount as to deserve contempt Synonyms: mean
beginning (adjective) serving to begin Synonyms: first
begotten (adjective) (of offspring) generated by procreation
begrimed (adjective) thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot Synonyms: raunchy, dingy, grimy, grubby, grungy
beguiled (adjective) filled with wonder and delight Synonyms: delighted, enthralled, entranced, captivated, charmed
beguiling (adjective) highly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire Synonyms: enticing, alluring, tempting
(adjective) misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods
behavioral (adjective) of or relating to behavior Synonyms: behavioural
behaviorist (adjective) of or relating to behaviorism Synonyms: behavioristic, behaviourist, behaviouristic
behavioristic (adjective) of or relating to behaviorism Synonyms: behaviorist, behaviourist, behaviouristic
behavioural (adjective) of or relating to behavior Synonyms: behavioral
behaviourist (adjective) of or relating to behaviorism Synonyms: behaviorist, behavioristic, behaviouristic
behaviouristic (adjective) of or relating to behaviorism Synonyms: behaviorist, behavioristic, behaviourist
beheaded (adjective) having had the head cut off Synonyms: decapitated
behind (adjective) having the lower score or lagging position in a contest
behindhand (adjective) behind schedule
beholden (adjective) under a moral obligation to someone
beige (adjective) of a light greyish-brown color
belated (adjective) after the expected or usual time; delayed Synonyms: tardy, late
belemnitic (adjective) of or relating to belemnites
believable (adjective) capable of being believed Synonyms: credible
belittled (adjective) made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth) Synonyms: diminished, small
belittling (adjective) tending to diminish or disparage Synonyms: deprecating, deprecative, deprecatory, depreciative, depreciatory, slighting
bellbottom (adjective) (of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottom Synonyms: bell-bottom, bell-bottomed
belletristic (adjective) written and regarded for aesthetic value rather than content
bellicose (adjective) having or showing a ready disposition to fight Synonyms: combative, battleful
bellied (adjective) having a belly
(adjective) curving outward Synonyms: protuberant, bellying, bulbous, bulging, bulgy
belligerent (adjective) characteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight Synonyms: aggressive
(adjective) engaged in war Synonyms: militant, war-ridden, warring
bellying (adjective) curving outward Synonyms: protuberant, bellied, bulbous, bulging, bulgy
bellyless (adjective) lacking a prominent belly Synonyms: flat-bellied
beloved (adjective) dearly loved Synonyms: darling, dear
belowground (adjective) under the level of the ground Synonyms: underground
(adjective) underneath the ground
belted (adjective) having or provided with a belt
beltless (adjective) lacking a belt Synonyms: unbelted
beltlike (adjective) resembling a belt around something Synonyms: belt-like
bemused (adjective) deeply absorbed in thought Synonyms: preoccupied, lost
(adjective) perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment Synonyms: mazed, mixed-up, confounded, confused, at sea, baffled, befuddled, bewildered, lost
bendable (adjective) capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking Synonyms: pliable, pliant, waxy
bended (adjective) used of the back and knees; stooped Synonyms: bent
benedictive (adjective) expressing benediction Synonyms: benedictory
benedictory (adjective) expressing benediction Synonyms: benedictive
benefic (adjective) exerting a favorable or beneficent influence
beneficed (adjective) having a benefice
beneficent (adjective) doing or producing good
(adjective) generous in assistance to the poor Synonyms: philanthropic, eleemosynary, benevolent
beneficial (adjective) promoting or enhancing well-being Synonyms: good
beneficiary (adjective) having or arising from a benefice
benevolent (adjective) showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity Synonyms: kindly, openhearted, good-hearted, sympathetic, charitable, large-hearted
(adjective) generous in providing aid to others Synonyms: freehearted
(adjective) generous in assistance to the poor Synonyms: philanthropic, eleemosynary, beneficent
(adjective) intending or showing kindness
benighted (adjective) overtaken by night or darkness Synonyms: nighted
(adjective) lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture Synonyms: dark
benign (adjective) not dangerous to health; not recurrent or progressive (especially of a tumor)
(adjective) pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence Synonyms: benignant
(adjective) kindness of disposition or manner
benignant (adjective) pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence Synonyms: benign
(adjective) characterized by kindness and warm courtesy especially of a king to his subjects Synonyms: gracious
bent (adjective) fixed in your purpose Synonyms: dead set, out to, bent on
(adjective) used of the back and knees; stooped Synonyms: bended
(adjective) of metal e.g. Synonyms: dented, crumpled
benthal (adjective) of or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water Synonyms: benthic, benthonic
benthic (adjective) of or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water Synonyms: benthal, benthonic
benthonic (adjective) of or relating to or happening on the bottom under a body of water Synonyms: benthal, benthic
bentonitic (adjective) of or relating to or containing bentonite
benumbed (adjective) lacking sensation Synonyms: numb, asleep
(adjective) having lost or been caused to lose interest because of overexposure Synonyms: dulled
benzenoid (adjective) similar to benzene in structure or linkage
benzoic (adjective) containing or derived from benzoic acid or benzoin

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