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Brontosauruses

ˌbrɒntəˈsɔːrəs

Meanings of Brontosauruses:

noun

Former term for apatosaurus.

Meanings of Brontothere:

noun

A large ungulate mammal of the eocene epoch with a hornlike bony growth on the nose.

Usage examples:

He is particularly associated with work on the giant brontotheres, and he proposed a theory to acco…

Meanings of Bronx:

proper noun

A borough in north-eastern new york city.

noun

A rude sound made by sticking the tongue out and blowing

Bronze

brɒnz

Meanings of Bronze:

noun

A yellowish-brown alloy of copper with up to one-third tin.

Usage examples:

The minoans made large numbers of statuettes in ivory and bronze
verb

Make (a person or part of the body) suntanned.

Usage examples:

Alison was bronzed by outdoor life
adjective

An alloy of copper and tin and sometimes other elements

Bronzed

brɒnz

Meanings of Bronzed:

adjective

Attractively and evenly suntanned; tanned.

Usage examples:

Bronzed and powerful arms
verb

Make (a person or part of the body) suntanned.

Usage examples:

Alison was bronzed by outdoor life

Bronzer

ˈbrɒn.zər

Meanings of Bronzer:

noun

A cosmetic liquid or powder applied to the skin to give it colour or shine, typically to give the appearance of a suntan.

Usage examples:

I've got it down to under three minutes; this includes putting on eyeshadow and eye liner, curling …

Bronzers

ˈbrɒn.zər

Meanings of Bronzers:

noun

A cosmetic liquid or powder applied to the skin to give it colour or shine, typically to give the appearance of a suntan.

Usage examples:

I've got it down to under three minutes; this includes putting on eyeshadow and eye liner, curling …

Meanings of Bronzewing:

noun

An australian pigeon with a metallic bronze band on the wing.

Usage examples:

Unlike its flashy relative, the australian crested dove, the bronzewing does not form family groups.

Bronzing

brɒnz

Meanings of Bronzing:

verb

Make (a person or part of the body) suntanned.

Usage examples:

Alison was bronzed by outdoor life
noun

A yellowish-brown alloy of copper with up to one-third tin.

Usage examples:

The minoans made large numbers of statuettes in ivory and bronze

Brooch

brəʊtʃ

Meanings of Brooch:

noun

An ornament fastened to clothing with a hinged pin and catch.

Usage examples:

A fabulous collection of ladies costume jewellery by pave includes brooches, earrings, necklaces an…

Brooches

brəʊtʃ

Meanings of Brooches:

noun

An ornament fastened to clothing with a hinged pin and catch.

Usage examples:

A fabulous collection of ladies costume jewellery by pave includes brooches, earrings, necklaces an…

Brood

bruːd

Meanings of Brood:

noun

A family of birds or other young animals produced at one hatching or birth.

Usage examples:

A brood of chicks
verb

Think deeply about something that makes one unhappy, angry, or worried.

Usage examples:

She had brooded over the subject a thousand times
adjective

(of an animal) kept to be used for breeding.

Usage examples:

A brood mare

Brooded

bruːd

Meanings of Brooded:

verb

Think deeply about something that makes one unhappy, angry, or worried.

Usage examples:

She had brooded over the subject a thousand times
noun

A family of birds or other young animals produced at one hatching or birth.

Usage examples:

A brood of chicks
adjective

(of an animal) kept to be used for breeding.

Usage examples:

A brood mare

Brooder

ˈbruːdə

Meanings of Brooder:

noun

A heated house for chicks or piglets.

Usage examples:

The chicks were young and had to be kept in the brooder

Brooders

ˈbruːdə

Meanings of Brooders:

noun

A heated house for chicks or piglets.

Usage examples:

The chicks were young and had to be kept in the brooder

Meanings of Broodier:

adjective

(of a hen) inclined to incubate eggs.

Usage examples:

He watched over his subordinates like a broody hen - when he noticed someone weakening, he would or…

Broodiest

ˈbruːdi

Meanings of Broodiest:

adjective

(of a hen) inclined to incubate eggs.

Usage examples:

He watched over his subordinates like a broody hen - when he noticed someone weakening, he would or…

Broodiness

ˈbruː.di.nəs

Meanings of Broodiness:

noun

The feeling of wanting to have a baby or a child

Usage examples:

It always brings on an attack of broodiness when i see my sister and her children., broodiness is n…

Meanings of Brooding:

adjective

Engaged in or showing deep thought about something that makes one sad, angry, or worried.

Usage examples:

He stared with brooding eyes
verb

Think deeply about something that makes one unhappy, angry, or worried.

Usage examples:

She had brooded over the subject a thousand times

Broodling

ˈbruːdlɪŋ

Meanings of Broodling:

noun

A young bird; a nestling.

Usage examples:

Her broodlings have hatched

Broody

ˈbruː.di

Meanings of Broody:

adjective

(of a hen) inclined to incubate eggs.

Usage examples:

He watched over his subordinates like a broody hen - when he noticed someone weakening, he would or…

Brook

brʊk

Meanings of Brook:

noun

A small stream.

Usage examples:

The lake district boasts lovely lakes and babbling brooks
verb

Tolerate or allow (something, typically dissent or opposition).

Usage examples:

Jenny would brook no criticism of matthew

Meanings of Brook-it:

phrase

To not allow or accept something, especially a difference of opinion or intention

Usage examples:

She won't brook any criticism of her work., he was an authoritarian figure who would brook no disse…

Meanings of Brooked:

verb

Tolerate or allow (something, typically dissent or opposition).

Usage examples:

Jenny would brook no criticism of matthew
noun

A small stream.

Usage examples:

The lake district boasts lovely lakes and babbling brooks

Meanings of Brooking:

verb

Tolerate or allow (something, typically dissent or opposition).

Usage examples:

Jenny would brook no criticism of matthew
noun

A small stream.

Usage examples:

The lake district boasts lovely lakes and babbling brooks

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