Boatswain.
Boaz and Jachin.
Bob.
Bob’adil.
Bobbery,
Bobbish.
Bobbit.
Bobby.
Boccus (King).
Bockland or Bookland.
Bod.
Boden-See.
Bodies.
Bodkin.
Bodkin.
Bodkin.
Bodle.
Bodle’ian Library (Oxford).
Body. (Anglo-Saxon, bodig.)
Body and Soul.
Body-colour (A).
Body Corporate (A).
Body Politic (A).
Body-snatcher (A).
Bœmond.
Bœo’tia.
Bœo’tian.
Bœo’tian Ears.
Boë’thius.
Bogie.
Bo’gio (in Orlando Furioso).
Bogle Swindle.
Bogomi’li.
Bogtrotters.
Bogus.
Bohême (La).
Bohe’mia.
Bohe’mian.
Bohe’mian Brethren.
Bohemian Life (A).
Bohort (Sir).
Boi’es (2 syl.).
Boiling-point.
Boiley or Boily.
Boissere’an Collection.
Bo’lay or Boley.
Bold.
Bole’rium Promontory.
Bole’ro.
Bolingbroke.
Bollandists.
Bollen.
Bolo’gna Stone.
Bolognese School.
Bolt.
Bolt from the Blue (A).
Bolt in Tun,
Bolt Upright.
Bolted.
Bolted Arrow.
Bolton.
Bolus.
Bomb.
Bomba.
Bombast
Bombastes Furio’so.
Bombas’tus.
Bon Gaultier Balls.
Bon gré mal gré.
Bon Mot (French).
Bon Ton (French).
Bon Vivant (French).
Bona Fide.
Bona-ro’ba.
Bonduca = Boadicea.
Bone.
Bone in my Throat.
Bone of Contention.
Bones.
Bone to pick (A).
Bone.
Bone (To).
Bone-grubber (A).
Bone-lace.
Bone-shaker (A).
Boned.
Bones.
Bonese (2 syl.).
Bonfire.
Bon’homie’.
Bonhomme (Un).
Bon’iface.
Bonne (French).
Bonne Bouche (A).
Bonnet.
Bonnet.
Bonnet Lairds.
Bonnet-piece.
Bonnet Rouge.
Bonnie Dundee.
Bonnyclabber.
Bono Johnny.
Bontemps.
Bonus.
Bonzes (sing. Bon’ze).
Booby.
Booby (Lady).
Booby-trap (A).
Book (Ang.-Saxon, boc; Danish, beuke; German, buche, a beech-tree).
Book.
Book.
Book of Books (The).
Book of Life (The).
Books.
Book-keeper.
Book-keeping.
Bookworm.
Boom.
Boom-Passenger (A).
Boon Companion (A).
Boot.
Boot-jack.
Boots.
Boots (an instrument of torture).
Boots.
Boots.
Boots at an Inn.
Bootless Errand.
Boötes (Bo-o’-tees),
Booth.
Boozy.
Bor (in Norfolk)
Borach’io.
Bor’ak
Bord Halfpenny.
Borda’rii
Border (The).
Border Minstrel.
Border States (The).
Bordlands.
Bordlode.
Bore (A).
Bore.
Bore (in pugilistic language)
Bor’eal.
Bor’eas.
Borghese (Bor-ga’-zy).
Bor’gia.
Born.
Born Days.
Born in the Purple (a translation of porphyrogenitus).
Born with a Silver Spoon,
Borough English
Borowe.
Borr.
Borrow.
Borrowed days of February (The).
Borrowed days of March.
Bortell.
Bos[ei] in lingua.
Bosh.
Bosky.
Bosom Friend (A).
Bosom Sermons.
Bosphorus=Ox ford.
Boss,
Bossum.
Bostal
Bot’anomancy.
Bot’any
Botch.
Bother,
Bothie System.
Botley Assizes.
Bottes.
Bottle.
Bottle-chart.
Bottle-holder.
Bottle-imps.
Bottle-washer (Head).
Bottled Beer
Bottled Moonshine.
Bottom.
Bottom (Nick),
Bottomless.
Botty.
Boucan.
Bouders
Boudoir,
Boues de St. Amand (Les).
Bought and Sold,
Bougie.
Boule
Boul’janus.
Bouncer.
Bounty.
Bouquet.
Bourbon.
Bourgeois (French),
Bourgeoisie (French).
Bouse.
Boustrap’a.
Boustroph’edon.
Bouts-rimes [rhymed-endings].
Bovey Coal.
Bow (to rhyme with flow).
Bow (to rhyme with now).
Bow Bells.
Bow-catcher (A).
Bow-hand.
Bow-street Runners.
Bow-window in Front (A)
Bow-wow Word.
Bowden.
Bowdlerise (To).
Bowels of Mercy.
Bower.
Bower Anchor.
Bower-woman (A).
Bower of Bliss,
Bowie Knife.
Bowing.
Bowled.
Bowling.
Bowls.
Bowse.
Bowyer God.
Box.
Box and Cox.
Box the Compass.
Box Days.
Box Harry (To),
Boxing-Day.
Boy
Boy Bachelor.
Boy Bishop.
Boycott (To).
Boyle Controversy.
Boyle’s Law.
Boyle Lectures.
Boz.
Bozzy.
Brabançonne.
Brabançons.
Brace.
Brace of Shakes.
Brad amant or Bradaman’te.
Bradshaw’s Guide
Brad’wardine (Rose).
Brag.
Braggado’chio.
Bra’gi.
Bragi’s Apples.
Bragi’s Story.
Bragmar’do.
Brah’ma (Indian).
Brah’mi.
Brahmin.
Bramble (Matthew).
Bran.
Bran-new or Brand-new.
Brand.
Brandenburg.
Bran’dimart,
Brandon,
Brandons.
Brandy is Latin for Goose.
Brandy Nan.
Branghtons (The).
Brank.
Brasenose (Oxford).
Brass.
Brat.
Brave.
Bravery.
Bravest of the Brave.
Brawn.
Bray.
Brazen Age.
Brazen-faced.
Brazen Head.
Brazen out (To).
Breaches,
Bread.
Bread.
Bread-basket (One’s).
Bread and Cheese.
Break (To).
Break Cover (To).
Break Down (To).
Break Faith (To).
Break Ground (To).
Break In (To).
Break of Day.
Break the Ice (To).
Break your Back (To).
Break up Housekeeping (To).
Break with One (To).
Breakers Ahead.
Breaking a Stick.
Breast.
Breath.
Breathe.
Brèche de Roland.
Breeches.
Breeches Bible.
Breeze.
Breeze.
Breidablik [wide-shining].
Brennus.
Brent.
Brent-goose (A).
Brent-hill
Brentford.
Bressommer,
Bretwalda (ruler of Britain).
Brevet Rank
Breviary.
Brew.
Brewer.
Briar’eos or Æge’on.
Briar-root Pipe.
Bribo’ci.
Bric-à-brac.
Brick.
Brick-and-mortar Franchise.
Brickdusts.
Brick-tea.
Bride.
Bride Cake.
Bride or Wedding Favours
Bride of Aby’dos.
Bride of Lammermoor.
Bride of the Sea.
Bridegroom
Bridegroom’s Men.
Bridewell.
Bridge of Gold.
Bridge of Jehennam.
Bridge of Sighs,
Bridgewater Treatises.
Bridle.
Bridle Road or Way.
Bridle up (To).
Bridlegoose (Judge),
Bridport.
Brig’adore (3 syl.)
Brigand
Brigandine.
Brigantine (3 syl.)
Bright’s Disease.
Brigians.
Brigliado’ro.
Brilliant Madman (The).
Briney or Briny.
Bring About (To).
Bring Down the House (To).
Bring into Play (To).
Bring Round (To).
Bring To (To).
Bring to Bear (To).
Bring to Book (To).
Bring to Pass (To).
Bring to the Hammor (To).
Bring Under (To).
Bring Up (To).
Brioche (2 syl.).
Bris.
Brisis (3 syl.).
Brisingamen.
Brisk as a Bee.
Brissotins.
Bristol Board.
Bristol Boy (The).
Bristol Diamonds.
Bristol Fashion (In).
Bristol Milk.
Bristol Waters.
Britain.
Britannia.
British Lion (The).
Brit’omart [sweet maid] (see below).
Brit’omartis.
Briton (Like a).
Brit’tany.
Broach.
Broad as Long.
Broad Arrow
Broad Bottom Ministry (1744).
Broadcloth.
Broadside.
Brobdingnag.
Brobdingnag’ian.
Brocken.
Brocklehurst (The Rev. Robert).
Brogue (1 syl.)
Brogues (1 syl.).
Broken Feather (A).
Broken Music.
Broken on the Wheel.
Broker.
Brontes (2 syl.).
Bronzomar’te.
Brook (Master).
Brooks of Sheffield.
Broom.
Brosier.
Brother
Brother German.
Brother Jonathan.
Brother Sam.
Browbeat.
Brown.
Brown as a Berry.
Brown, Jones, and Robinson.
Brown Bess
Brown Bill.
Brown Study.
Browns.
Brownie.
Brownists.
Browse his Jib (To).
Bruel.
Bruin.
Brumaire.
Brum’magem.
Brums.
Brunehild (3 syl.)
Brunello (in Orlando Furioso).
Brunswicker.
Brunt.
Brush.
Brush up (To).
Brut.
Brut d’Angleterre.
Brute,
Brute (Sir John).
Brute or Brutus,
Brutum Fulmen (Latin).
Brutus (Junius),
Brutus (Marcus).
Bruxellois.
Brydport Dagger.
Bub.
Bubas’tis.
Bubble (A).
Bubble and Squeak.
Bucca.
Buc’caneer’
Bucen’taur.
Buceph’alos [bull-headed].
Buc’hanites (3 syl.).
Buck.
Buck-basket.
Buck-bean.
Buck-rider (A).
Buck-tooth.
Buckwheat.
Buckhorse.
Buckingham.
Bucklaw,
Buckle.
Buckler.
Bucklersbury (London)
Buckmaster’s Light Infantry.
Buckra.
Buckshish or Baksheesh.
Buddha
Buddhism.
Buddhist.
Bude or Gurney Light.
Budge
Budge (To)
Budge Baehelors.
Budget.
Buff.
Buffalo Bill.
Buffalo Robe (A).
Buffer
Buffer (A).
Buffoon
Buffoons.
Buffs.
Bugaboo.
Bugbear.
Buggy.
Buhl-work.
Build,
Build.
Builder’s Square.
Bulbul.
Bulis,
Bull.
Bull.
Bull.
Bull and Gate. Bull and Mouth.
Bull-dog (A).
Bull-dogs,
Bull-necked.
Bull-ring.

 
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