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450 Words That Start With BI

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bialy (noun) flat crusty-bottomed onion roll Synonyms: bialystoker
bialystoker (noun) flat crusty-bottomed onion roll Synonyms: bialy
biannual (adjective) occurring or payable twice each year Synonyms: half-yearly, semiannual, biyearly
biannually (adverb) twice a year
bias (verb) influence in an unfair way
(verb) cause to be biased Synonyms: predetermine
(noun) a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation Synonyms: preconception, prejudice
(noun) a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric Synonyms: diagonal
(adjective) slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric
biased (adjective) favoring one person or side over another Synonyms: one-sided, slanted, colored, coloured
biaural (adjective) relating to or having or hearing with two ears Synonyms: binaural
biauricular (adjective) relating to the two auditory openings
biaxal (adjective) having two axes Synonyms: biaxate, biaxial
biaxate (adjective) having two axes Synonyms: biaxal, biaxial
biaxial (adjective) having two axes Synonyms: biaxal, biaxate
bib (verb) drink moderately but regularly Synonyms: tipple
(noun) top part of an apron; covering the chest
(noun) a napkin tied under the chin of a child while eating
bibbed (adjective) having a bib
bible (noun) a book regarded as authoritative in its field
bibless (adjective) lacking a bib
biblical (adjective) of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible Synonyms: scriptural
(adjective) in keeping with the nature of the Bible or its times or people
bibliographer (noun) someone trained in compiling bibliographies
bibliographic (adjective) relating to or dealing with bibliography Synonyms: bibliographical
bibliographical (adjective) relating to or dealing with bibliography Synonyms: bibliographic
bibliography (noun) a list of writings with time and place of publication (such as the writings of a single author or the works referred to in preparing a document etc.)
bibliolatrous (adjective) given to Bible-worship
bibliolatry (noun) the worship of the Bible Synonyms: Bible-worship
bibliomania (noun) preoccupation with the acquisition and possession of books
bibliomaniacal (adjective) characteristic of or characterized by or noted for bibliomania
bibliophile (noun) someone who loves (and usually collects) books Synonyms: book lover, booklover
bibliophilic (adjective) of or relating to bibliophiles
bibliopole (noun) a dealer in secondhand books (especially rare or curious books) Synonyms: bibliopolist
bibliopolic (adjective) of or relating to bibliopoles
bibliopolist (noun) a dealer in secondhand books (especially rare or curious books) Synonyms: bibliopole
bibliothec (noun) a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library services Synonyms: librarian
bibliotheca (noun) a collection of books
bibliothecal (adjective) of or relating to a library or bibliotheca or a librarian Synonyms: bibliothecarial
bibliothecarial (adjective) of or relating to a library or bibliotheca or a librarian Synonyms: bibliothecal
bibliotic (adjective) of or relating to bibliotics
bibliotics (noun) the scientific study of documents and handwriting etc. especially to determine authorship or authenticity
bibliotist (noun) someone who engages in bibliotics
bibulous (adjective) given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol Synonyms: drunken, sottish, boozy
bicameral (adjective) composed of two legislative bodies
(adjective) consisting of two chambers Synonyms: two-chambered
bicapsular (adjective) divided into two capsules or having a two-part capsule
bicarbonate (noun) a salt of carbonic acid (containing the anion HCO3) in which one hydrogen atom has been replaced; an acid carbonate Synonyms: hydrogen carbonate
bicentenary (noun) the 200th anniversary (or the celebration of it) Synonyms: bicentennial
(adjective) of or relating to or completing a period of 200 years Synonyms: bicentennial
bicentennial (noun) the 200th anniversary (or the celebration of it) Synonyms: bicentenary
(adjective) of or relating to or completing a period of 200 years Synonyms: bicentenary
bicentric (adjective) having two centers
bicephalous (adjective) having two heads
biceps (noun) any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
bichloride (noun) a compound containing two chlorine atoms per molecule Synonyms: dichloride
bichromate (noun) a salt of the hypothetical dichromic acid Synonyms: dichromate
bichromated (adjective) treated or combined with bichromate
bichrome (adjective) having two colors Synonyms: dichromatic, bicolor, bicolored, bicolour, bicoloured
bicipital (adjective) having two heads or points of origin as a biceps
bicker (verb) argue over petty things Synonyms: niggle, pettifog, quibble, squabble, brabble
(noun) a quarrel about petty points Synonyms: fuss, spat, pettifoggery, squabble, bickering, tiff
bickering (noun) a quarrel about petty points Synonyms: fuss, spat, pettifoggery, squabble, bicker, tiff
bicolor (adjective) having two colors Synonyms: dichromatic, bichrome, bicolored, bicolour, bicoloured
bicolored (adjective) having two colors Synonyms: dichromatic, bichrome, bicolor, bicolour, bicoloured
bicolour (adjective) having two colors Synonyms: dichromatic, bichrome, bicolor, bicolored, bicoloured
bicoloured (adjective) having two colors Synonyms: dichromatic, bichrome, bicolor, bicolored, bicolour
biconcave (adjective) concave on both sides Synonyms: concavo-concave
biconvex (adjective) convex on both sides; shaped like a lentil Synonyms: convexo-convex, lenticular, lentiform
bicorn (noun) a cocked hat with the brim turned up to form two points Synonyms: bicorne
(adjective) having two horns or horn-shaped parts Synonyms: bicornate, bicorned, bicornuate, bicornuous
bicornate (adjective) having two horns or horn-shaped parts Synonyms: bicorn, bicorned, bicornuate, bicornuous
bicorne (noun) a cocked hat with the brim turned up to form two points Synonyms: bicorn
bicorned (adjective) having two horns or horn-shaped parts Synonyms: bicorn, bicornate, bicornuate, bicornuous
bicornuate (adjective) having two horns or horn-shaped parts Synonyms: bicorn, bicornate, bicorned, bicornuous
bicornuous (adjective) having two horns or horn-shaped parts Synonyms: bicorn, bicornate, bicorned, bicornuate
bicuspid (noun) a tooth having two cusps or points; located between the incisors and the molars Synonyms: premolar
(adjective) having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth) Synonyms: bicuspidate
bicuspidate (adjective) having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth) Synonyms: bicuspid
bicycle (verb) ride a bicycle Synonyms: pedal, wheel, cycle, bike
(noun) a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals Synonyms: cycle, wheel, bike
bicycler (noun) a person who rides a bicycle Synonyms: wheeler, cyclist, bicyclist, biker
bicyclic (adjective) having molecules consisting of two fused rings
bicycling (noun) riding a bicycle
bicyclist (noun) a person who rides a bicycle Synonyms: wheeler, cyclist, bicycler, biker
bicylindrical (adjective) having two cylindrical surfaces usually with parallel axes
bid (noun) an authoritative direction or instruction to do something Synonyms: command, dictation, bidding
(noun) an attempt to get something Synonyms: play
(noun) a formal proposal to buy at a specified price Synonyms: tender
(noun) (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make Synonyms: bidding
(verb) propose a payment Synonyms: offer, tender
(verb) invoke upon Synonyms: wish
(verb) ask for or request earnestly Synonyms: conjure, press, entreat, adjure, beseech
(verb) make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands Synonyms: call
(verb) make a serious effort to attain something
(verb) ask someone in a friendly way to do something Synonyms: invite
biddable (adjective) willing to carry out the orders or wishes of another without protest Synonyms: acquiescent
bidder (noun) someone who makes an offer
(noun) someone who makes a bid at cards
bidding (noun) an authoritative direction or instruction to do something Synonyms: bid, command, dictation
(noun) a request to be present Synonyms: summons
(noun) (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make Synonyms: bid
biddy (noun) adult female chicken Synonyms: hen
(noun) young bird especially of domestic fowl Synonyms: chick
bide (verb) dwell Synonyms: abide, stay
bidentate (adjective) having toothlike projections that are themselves toothed
bidet (noun) a basin for washing genitals and anal area
bidirectional (adjective) reactive or functioning or allowing movement in two usually opposite directions
biennial (adjective) having a life cycle lasting two seasons Synonyms: two-year
(adjective) occurring every second year Synonyms: biyearly
(noun) (botany) a plant having a life cycle that normally takes two seasons from germination to death to complete; flowering biennials usually bloom and fruit in the second season
biennially (adverb) every two years Synonyms: biyearly
bier (noun) a coffin along with its stand
(noun) a stand to support a corpse or a coffin prior to burial
biface (adjective) having two faces or fronts Synonyms: bifacial
bifacial (adjective) having two faces or fronts Synonyms: biface
biff (noun) (boxing) a blow with the fist Synonyms: poke, punch, slug, clout, lick
(verb) strike, usually with the fist Synonyms: pommel, pummel
bifid (adjective) divided into two lobes
bifilar (adjective) having or using two filaments
biflagellate (adjective) having two flagella
bifocal (adjective) having two foci
bifocals (noun) (plural) eyeglasses having two focal lengths, one for near vision and the other for far vision
bifoliate (adjective) having two leaves
biform (adjective) having or combining two forms
bifurcate (verb) split or divide into two
(verb) divide into two branches
(adjective) resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches Synonyms: pronged, prongy, biramous, branched, forficate, fork-like, forked
bifurcated (adjective) divided into or made up of two parts
bifurcation (noun) a bifurcating branch (one or both of them)
(noun) the place where something divides into two branches
(noun) the act of splitting into two branches
big (adverb) extremely well
(adverb) in a boastful manner Synonyms: vauntingly, boastfully, large
(adverb) on a grand scale
(adverb) in a major way
(adjective) above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent Synonyms: large
(adjective) significant
(adjective) serious or severe Synonyms: bad
(adjective) loud and firm
(adjective) conspicuous in position or importance Synonyms: prominent, large
(adjective) prodigious Synonyms: heavy
(adjective) exhibiting self-importance Synonyms: self-aggrandising, self-aggrandizing, cock-a-hoop, crowing, boastful, braggart, bragging, braggy
(adjective) feeling self-importance Synonyms: swelled, vainglorious
(adjective) (of animals) fully developed Synonyms: grown, grownup, adult, full-grown, fully grown
(adjective) marked by intense physical force
(adjective) generous and understanding and tolerant Synonyms: magnanimous, large
(adjective) given or giving freely Synonyms: handsome, openhanded, giving, bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded, liberal
(adjective) in an advanced stage of pregnancy Synonyms: heavy, gravid, great, enceinte, expectant, with child, large
bigamist (noun) someone who marries one person while already legally married to another
bigamous (adjective) of illegal marriage to a second person while legally married to a first

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