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b words to describe someone you love We found some great b words to describe someone you love. Here they are below.Babe Babes Baby Baby Boy Babyface Baby girl Bae Beautiful Beauty Beauty queen Belle Beloved Best Betrothed Better half Big guy Blessing Bloke Bonne Bonny Boo Bootylicious Bride Brighteyes Browneyes Bubblebutt Bumblebee Bunny Buttercup Buttermuffin Butterkisscan...
Abrogating - Definition
Verb - To evade duty or responsibility

Abrogating

Czechoslovakian - Definition:
Czech·o·slo·vak·i·an [chèk?sl? v?kee ?n, chèk? sl? v?kee ?n] noun (plural Czech·o·slo·vak·i·ans) 1. peoples Same as Czech (sense 2) 2. language language of Czechoslovakia: either Czech or Slovak, the languages of the former Czechoslovakia adjective peoples of Czechoslovakia: relating to the former Czechoslovakia, or its peoples, languages, or cultures

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b words to describe someone you love

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b words to describe someone you love We found some great b words to describe someone you love. Here they are below.Babe Babes Baby Baby Boy Babyface Baby girl Bae Beautiful Beauty Beauty queen Belle Beloved Best Betrothed Better half Big guy Blessing Bloke Bonne Bonny Boo Bootylicious Bride Brighteyes Browneyes Bubblebutt Bumblebee Bunny Buttercup Buttermuffin Butterkisscan...

A words to describe someone you love

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Abrogating - Definition
Verb - To evade duty or responsibility

Abrogating

Czechoslovakian - Definition:
Czech·o·slo·vak·i·an [chèk?sl? v?kee ?n, chèk? sl? v?kee ?n] noun (plural Czech·o·slo·vak·i·ans) 1. peoples Same as Czech (sense 2) 2. language language of Czechoslovakia: either Czech or Slovak, the languages of the former Czechoslovakia adjective peoples of Czechoslovakia: relating to the former Czechoslovakia, or its peoples, languages, or cultures

Czechoslovakian

Czech

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Concise- Definition:adjective   short and clearly written or stated: using as few words as possible to give the necessary information, or compressed in order to be brief    [Late 16th century. Directly or via French < Latin concisus, past participle of concidere "cut down" < caedere "to cut"]   -con·cise·ly, adverb -con·cise·ness, noun -con·ci·sion

Concise

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Adult- Definition:a·dult [? dúlt, á dùlt] noun (plural a·dults)  1.  fully grown life form: a fully mature person, animal, plant, or other form of life  2.  somebody legally adult: somebody who has reached the age of legal majority, generally 18 years of age in the United States    adjective  1.  completely grown: fully developed and mature an adult male adult life   2.  for somebody mature: involving, relating to, or meant for mature people adult education   3.  unsuitable for children: considered unsuitable for young people because of pornography, violence, or sexually explicit language    [Mid-16th century. < Latin adultus, past participle of adolescere (see adolescent)]   -a·dult·hood, noun -a·dult·ness, noun

Adult

Aboriginal- Definition:(plural A·bo·rig·i·nals)  noun  1.  early Canadian: a descendant of any of the indigenous peoples who inhabited Canada before the arrival of European settlers  2.  early Australian: a descendant of any of the indigenous peoples who inhabited Australia before the arrival of European settlers     -Ab·o·rig·i·nal, adjective

Aboriginal

Bitchy- Definition:bitcháy [b’chee] (comparative bitcháiáer, superlative bitcháiáest)  adjective   nasty in speech or actions: malicious or unpleasant in speaking to, talking about, or behaving toward somebody (slang) (often offensive)     -bitcháiály, adverb -bitcháiáness, noun

Bitchy

Cheeky- Definition:(comparative cheek·i·er, superlative cheek·i·est)  adjective (informal)  1.  rude and impertinent: insolently or playfully rude or disrespectful  2.  U.K. amusing but mildly improper: amusing or endearing despite offending good manners, especially by being mildly sexually improper The stories are performed by a raconteur with warmth and a cheeky charm.      -cheek·i·ly, adverb -cheek·i·ness, noun

Cheeky

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chinless    - Definition:adjective  1.  lacking a projecting chin: having a lower jaw that recedes under the mouth instead of projecting in front of it  2.  weak: lacking strength of character

chinless

Bogtrotter- Definition:bogátrotáter [b‡wg tr˜tter, b—g tr˜tter] (plural bogátrotáters)  noun   a highly offensive term for an Irish or Irish-American person (slang insult)

Bogtrotter

child minder    - Definition:(plural child mind·ers)  noun   U.K. somebody who looks after children: somebody who takes care of other people's children in his or her own home, especially when the parents or guardians are working     -child mind·ing, noun

child minder

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Beastlike- Definition:Adjective - Resembling or having beastlike qualities.
clerk- Definition:clerk [klurk] (plural clerks)  noun  1.  occupations commerce Same as salesclerk  2.  service desk worker: somebody at a service desk who helps and advises other people. See also desk clerk  3.  general office worker: a worker who performs general office duties such as keeping records or sending out correspondence  4.  government worker who keeps records: an official who keeps transcripts and other records of a legislative or other body  5.  law administrator in court of law: an administrator of the business of a court  6.  law lawyer who works for judge: a lawyer, typically one just recently graduated from law school, who is employed as an assistant to a sitting judge  7.  christianity cleric: a member of the clergy (formal)    [Pre-12th century. Via ecclesiastical Latin clericus "of the clergy" < Greek kl?rikos < kl?ros "heritage"]   -clerk, intransitive verb -clerk·dom, noun -clerk·ship, noun

clerk

Changeable- Definition:adjective   likely to change: capable of changing, or liable to change or vary     -change·a·bil·i·ty [chàynj? bíll?tee], noun -change·a·ble·ness [cháynj?b'ln?ss], noun -change·a·bly [cháynj?blee], adverb

Changeable