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Meanings of Badinage:

noun

Humorous or witty conversation.

Usage examples:

He developed a nice line in badinage with the labour leader

Meanings of Badinaged:

noun

Humorous or witty conversation.

Usage examples:

He developed a nice line in badinage with the labour leader

Meanings of Badinages:

noun

Humorous or witty conversation.

Usage examples:

He developed a nice line in badinage with the labour leader

Meanings of Badinerie:

noun

Badinage, raillery, banter; jesting, frivolity; an instance of this.

Meanings of Badlands:

plural noun

Extensive tracts of heavily eroded, uncultivable land with little vegetation.

Usage examples:

One-hundred fifty years ago such herds could be found, not only in rugged mountain areas, but on ba…

Meanings of Badling:

noun

A group of ducks.

Usage examples:

A badling of ducks is out in full force

Meanings of Badly:

adverb

In an unsatisfactory, inadequate, or unsuccessful way.

Usage examples:

England have played badly this year

Badly-off

ˌbæd.li ˈɒf

Meanings of Badly-off:

adjective

In a difficult financial situation

Usage examples:

The economy has not been this badly-off in over 40 years.

Meanings of Badman:

noun

A desperado, a gunman, an outlaw, a violent or ruthless criminal; a villain.

Meanings of Badmash:

noun

A dishonest or unprincipled man.

Usage examples:

Displaying spontaneity, he assured the union information and broadcasting minister - who he said th…

Meanings of Badmen:

noun

A desperado, a gunman, an outlaw, a violent or ruthless criminal; a villain.

Meanings of Badminton:

noun

A game with rackets in which a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net.

Usage examples:

Norrie is a keen sportswoman who played badminton, soccer, camogie and tennis.

Meanings of Badmouth:

verb

Criticize (someone) behind their back.

Usage examples:

No one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer

Meanings of Badmouthed:

verb

Criticize (someone) behind their back.

Usage examples:

No one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer

Meanings of Badmouthing:

verb

Criticize (someone) behind their back.

Usage examples:

No one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer

Meanings of Badmouths:

verb

Criticize (someone) behind their back.

Usage examples:

No one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer

Meanings of Badness:

noun

Poor quality or low standard.

Usage examples:

None of you are doing justice to the badness of this film

Meanings of Bae:

noun

A person's boyfriend or girlfriend (often as a form of address).

Usage examples:

I'm going to see my bae
abbreviation

British aerospace (now bae systems ).

Meanings of Baedeker:

noun

A travel guidebook, especially one published by the firm founded by karl baedeker.

Usage examples:

They explore european cities using only a century-old baedeker

Meanings of Baedekers:

noun

A travel guidebook, especially one published by the firm founded by karl baedeker.

Usage examples:

They explore european cities using only a century-old baedeker

Meanings of Baff:

noun

A slipper; = baffie . usually in plural.

Meanings of Baffle:

verb

Totally bewilder or perplex.

Usage examples:

An unexplained occurrence that baffled everyone
noun

A device used to restrain the flow of a fluid, gas, etc. or to prevent the spreading of sound or light in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

You can cut out glare from a strip light by concealing it behind a baffle

Meanings of Baffled:

verb

Totally bewilder or perplex.

Usage examples:

An unexplained occurrence that baffled everyone
noun

A device used to restrain the flow of a fluid, gas, etc. or to prevent the spreading of sound or light in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

You can cut out glare from a strip light by concealing it behind a baffle

Meanings of Bafflement:

noun

A feeling of total bewilderment or perplexity.

Usage examples:

Most people experience a sense of bafflement about how anyone could carry out such a heinous deed

Meanings of Bafflements:

noun

A feeling of total bewilderment or perplexity.

Usage examples:

Most people experience a sense of bafflement about how anyone could carry out such a heinous deed

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