Words starting with:
Back gate; rear gate; backdoor. Also figuratively: Something done secretly or indirectly, or as a contingency measure or exit strategy.
3rd person: backgates
Acting in relation to a back gate, such as loitering or arriving there, unloading cargo at a rear entrance, welcoming guests, guarding, etc⋅.
An action in relation to a back gate, such as loitering or arriving there, unloading cargo at a rear entrance, welcoming guests, guarding, creating a backgate, etc⋅; backdooring.
Gerund of: backgate
Related to ball games. Specifically: Description of age when children like to play ball games; ballplayful.
Related to ball games or playing with a ball. Specifically: Description of age when children like to play ball games; ballgamerial.
Plural: bandeaux, bandeaus
1. A narrow ribbon or band of cloth hiding or holding hair; headband; fillet.
2. A wide band of cloth for wrapping breasts; bra.
Even without words, these complications were becoming intuitively clear to all heads behind the dewy windows - except the head with the bandeau and headscarf. The indignant cries, the pleas for an immediate halt, and the clueless wringing of Mrs∙ Zuttrack's hands ended only when Hubert buttressed his decision aloofly:
—Here and with this vehicle, we would look like a fist in the eye, my gracious lady rustic denizen. (Context: Everybody understands that it would attract unwanted attention if a group of detectives deboarded a huge bendy bus in a small village. Only the local auntie Mrs∙ Zuttrack does not get the point and urges the driving Hubert to stop. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
An abbreviated, informal name for Bartonian potato pancakes.
This firmish puddingy speciality is likewisely a savourous potatoey mouthwaterer. But in such a happenstance, let us not promise our invitees the twoside-crusted crunchcakes and definitely not make them crave "Bartoncakes": Rather, we openly declare a harulla-lovers' nosh-up. (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
According to or inspired by a person named Barton. Especially: Methods used or invented by the book hero Sinister Barton, an enigmatic mystery solver.
The recipe for Bartonian Potato Pancakes was provided by the exemplary hosts from the thrilling & nostalgic book The Case of the Forgotten Chest. (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
3rd person: befoods
Provide nutrition; feed; food.
An emphasised form of respected; well respected; very respected; extolled.
Therefore, I cannot guarantee that you will learn something groundbreaking during the upcoming night. That all the old conjectures will be clarified. But perhaps you will understand how difficult it always was for me to solicit your blind obligement. Or to precontract with your berespected manageress your worktime dispensations. (Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Slovak / Slovenčina (SK): veľavážený; slovutný
A fictional country in Europe.
Citizen of Blagonia.
In relation to, or coming from, the country named Blagonia; Blagonic.
In relation to, or coming from, the country named Blagonia; Blagonian.
Empty outdoor area. Especially: A piece of land or an urban block rendered on a map as a geometric shape with no inner structure or name; unassigned land; green yard.
A mass originated by blending; mixture.
Blend all the ingredients quickly with a fork. Process them to a thin, smoothish blendure in the shortest manageable time by stirring vigorously. (Source: J∙ Okram - Semolina Dumplings for Soups ● Cooking Recipe.)
Alternatives: bolsterize (Amer.)
Infinitive: bolsterise, bolsterize
3rd person: bolsterises, bolsterizes
Present: bolsterising, bolsterizing
Gerund: bolsterising, bolsterizing
Past: bolsterised, bolsterized
Perfect: bolsterised, bolsterized
To turn something into a bolster, or strengthen something with or as if with a bolster; boost.
After a quick refreshing snack on warmed freebooter's delicacy and after bolsterising the nerves with a sip of port wine, Doctor Barton hastily lugged up his brown-green rucksack:
—The workplan is as follows. At the rosebush level, we will stretch one black and one white rope with evenly spaced knots and... (Dr∙ Barton and Hubert are getting ready to try photographing strange ghost-like apparitions in a night cemetery. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Slovak / Slovenčina (SK): posilniť; potúžiť
A layer, plate or board forming or reinforcing a bottom of a container, vessel, lake, etc·.
Coating-based pans observably wear out with usage. Sooner or later, a lousy aluminium pan eventuates with a typical wavy bottomplate (there is rarely dependable stainless steel or cast iron underneath the overpriced lamination). (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)