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Meanings of Bobwhite:

noun

A new world quail with mottled reddish-brown plumage, and typically a pale throat and eyestripe.

Usage examples:

On the hunting fields, 12,000 birds are harvested annually, consisting of pheasants, chukar partrid…

Bobwhites

ˈbɒbwʌɪt

Meanings of Bobwhites:

noun

A new world quail with mottled reddish-brown plumage, and typically a pale throat and eyestripe.

Usage examples:

On the hunting fields, 12,000 birds are harvested annually, consisting of pheasants, chukar partrid…

Bocage

bəˈkɑːʒ

Meanings of Bocage:

noun

(in france) pastureland divided into small hedged fields interspersed with groves of trees.

Usage examples:

There was a sprinkling of roadside crosses and the bocage, the thick hedges along the roadsides, co…

Meanings of Bocce:

noun

An italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

Usage examples:

And we'll head south as well, to a school in melbourne, where students are learning all manner of s…

Bocci

ˈbɒtʃeɪ

Meanings of Bocci:

noun

An italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

Usage examples:

And we'll head south as well, to a school in melbourne, where students are learning all manner of s…

Meanings of Boccia:

noun

A game similar to bocce, played by competitors who have a physical disability that requires the use of a wheelchair.

Usage examples:

Youngsters from special schools in the area will also take part in boccia

Boccie

ˈbɒtʃeɪ

Meanings of Boccie:

noun

An italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

Usage examples:

And we'll head south as well, to a school in melbourne, where students are learning all manner of s…

Meanings of Boccies:

noun

An italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

Usage examples:

And we'll head south as well, to a school in melbourne, where students are learning all manner of s…

Meanings of Boccis:

noun

An italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

Usage examples:

And we'll head south as well, to a school in melbourne, where students are learning all manner of s…

Boche

bɒʃ

Meanings of Boche:

noun

A german, especially a soldier.

adjective

German.

Meanings of Bocher:

noun

A boy or young man; specifically a student of talmudic and rabbinical writings at a yeshiva.

Meanings of Bochur:

noun

A boy or young man; specifically a student of talmudic and rabbinical writings at a yeshiva.

Bock

bɒk

Meanings of Bock:

noun

A strong, dark german beer.

Usage examples:

Extra strong ales and lagers, bock beer, adam bier, and barley wine are the brandy, cognac, and por…

Bocks

bɒk

Meanings of Bocks:

noun

A strong, dark german beer.

Usage examples:

Extra strong ales and lagers, bock beer, adam bier, and barley wine are the brandy, cognac, and por…

Bod

bɒd

Meanings of Bod:

noun

A body.

Usage examples:

A line-up of stunning bods
abbreviation

Biochemical oxygen demand.

Bodach

ˈbəʊdɑːx

Meanings of Bodach:

noun

A man, especially a peasant or an old man.

Usage examples:

As for spines, you'll be amazed at some of the positions some of us old bodachs can get into.

Bodacious

bəʊˈdeɪ.ʃəs

Meanings of Bodacious:

adjective

Excellent, admirable, or attractive.

Usage examples:

Bodacious babes

Meanings of Boddhisattva:

noun

(in mahayana buddhism) a person who is able to reach nirvana but delays doing so through compassion for suffering beings.

Usage examples:

Realizing the intensity of suffering of all living beings in samsara, bodhisattvas have developed l…

Bode

bəʊd

Meanings of Bode:

verb

Be a portent of a particular outcome.

Usage examples:

Their argument did not bode well for the future

Boded

bəʊd

Meanings of Boded:

verb

Be a portent of a particular outcome.

Usage examples:

Their argument did not bode well for the future

Bodega

bəˈdeɪɡə

Meanings of Bodega:

noun

(in a spanish-speaking country) a wine shop or wine cellar.

Bodegas

bəˈdeɪ.ɡə

Meanings of Bodegas:

noun

(in a spanish-speaking country) a wine shop or wine cellar.

Meanings of Bodes:

verb

Be a portent of a particular outcome.

Usage examples:

Their argument did not bode well for the future

Bodge

bɒdʒ

Meanings of Bodge:

verb

Make or repair (something) badly or clumsily.

Usage examples:

The door was bodged together from old planks
noun

→  botch

Bodged

bɒdʒ

Meanings of Bodged:

noun

→  botch

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