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Meanings of Belton:

noun

An english setter dog having a distinctive flecked colouring characteristic of the laverack type; (also) this colouring. often attributive and usually with modifying word indicating the colour of the flecking, as "blue belton", "orange belton", etc.

Meanings of Belts:

noun

A strip of leather or other material worn, typically round the waist, to support or hold in clothes or to carry weapons.

Usage examples:

He tightened his leather belt an extra notch
verb

Fasten with a belt.

Usage examples:

She belted her raincoat firmly

Meanings of Beltway:

noun

A highway encircling an urban area; a ring road.

Usage examples:

Thousands of salvadorans blocked highways, bridges and borders on october 12, 2002, to protest the …

Meanings of Beltways:

noun

A highway encircling an urban area; a ring road.

Usage examples:

Thousands of salvadorans blocked highways, bridges and borders on october 12, 2002, to protest the …

Meanings of Beltwise:

adverb

In the manner of a belt.

Meanings of Beluga:

noun

A small white toothed whale related to the narwhal, living in herds mainly in arctic coastal waters.

Usage examples:

Dolphins and porpoises are examples of odontocetes, as are belugas, narwhals, killer whales, sperm …

Meanings of Belugas:

noun

A small white toothed whale related to the narwhal, living in herds mainly in arctic coastal waters.

Usage examples:

Dolphins and porpoises are examples of odontocetes, as are belugas, narwhals, killer whales, sperm …

Meanings of Belve:

verb

To shout, roar, bellow.

Meanings of Belvedere:

noun

A summer house or open-sided gallery, typically at rooftop level, commanding a fine view.

Usage examples:

Here ngp proposes inserting what is effectively a completely new glazed building into the hole, ris…

Meanings of Belvederes:

noun

A summer house or open-sided gallery, typically at rooftop level, commanding a fine view.

Usage examples:

Here ngp proposes inserting what is effectively a completely new glazed building into the hole, ris…

Meanings of Bely:

noun

The front part of the human trunk below the ribs, containing the stomach and bowels.

Usage examples:

His fat belly stuck out over his trousers
verb

Swell or cause to swell.

Usage examples:

As she leaned forward her pullover bellied out

Meanings of Belying:

verb

Present participle of belie.

Meanings of Belzebub:

proper noun

A name for the devil.

Meanings of Bema:

noun

The altar part or sanctuary in ancient and orthodox churches.

Usage examples:

At the far end of every ancient pagan basilica there was an elevated area called the bema.

Meanings of Bemas:

noun

The altar part or sanctuary in ancient and orthodox churches.

Usage examples:

At the far end of every ancient pagan basilica there was an elevated area called the bema.

Meanings of Bemata:

noun

The altar part or sanctuary in ancient and orthodox churches.

Usage examples:

At the far end of every ancient pagan basilica there was an elevated area called the bema.

Meanings of Bemba:

noun

A member of an african people of zambia.

Usage examples:

The main tribes in zambia are bemba, nagoni, lozi, chewa, chokwe, lunda, luvale, tonga, and tumbuka.
adjective

Relating to the bemba or their language.

Usage examples:

Kondowe who ascended to acting fame through the bemba radio drama ifyabukaya as ‘dangerous jo'burg …

Meanings of Bemedaled:

adjective

Wearing one or more medals (= small metal disks given as a reward for a brave action or for winning a competition)

Usage examples:

The general's heavily bemedaled chest, she is the most bemedaled female athlete in history.

Meanings of Bemedalled:

adjective

Wearing one or more medals (= small metal discs given as a reward for a brave action or for winning a competition)

Usage examples:

The general's heavily bemedalled chest, she is the most bemedalled female athlete in history.

Meanings of Bemire:

verb

Cover or stain with mud.

Usage examples:

His shoes were bemired from travelling on foot

Meanings of Bemired:

verb

Cover or stain with mud.

Usage examples:

His shoes were bemired from travelling on foot

Meanings of Bemires:

verb

Cover or stain with mud.

Usage examples:

His shoes were bemired from travelling on foot

Meanings of Bemiring:

verb

Cover or stain with mud.

Usage examples:

His shoes were bemired from travelling on foot

Meanings of Bemoan:

verb

Express discontent or sorrow over (something).

Usage examples:

It was no use bemoaning her lot

Meanings of Bemoaned:

verb

Express discontent or sorrow over (something).

Usage examples:

It was no use bemoaning her lot

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