|BAGPIPER||-||bagpiper n. One who plays the bagpipes.|
|BAPTISER||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BAPTIZER||-||baptizer n. One who baptizes.|
|BARDSHIP||-||bardship n. The state of being a bard.|
|BEDIAPER||-||bediaper v. (transitive, usually used in passive) To put a diaper on (someone).|
|BEPRAISE||-||bepraise v. (transitive) To praise greatly or extravagantly.|
|BIOGRAPH||-||biograph n. (rare) A biographical essay.|
biograph n. An early device to show moving pictures on a screen.
biograph v. (rare, transitive) To write a biography of.
|BIPAROUS||-||biparous adj. producing two offspring from one pregnancy; twinning.|
|BIPARTED||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BRAINPAN||-||brainpan n. (now chiefly Canada, US, colloquial) The skull. [from 10th c.].|
brainpan n. (now chiefly Canada, US, colloquial) The brain or mind. [from 17th c.].
brain-pan n. Alternative form of brainpan.
|PANBROIL||-||pan-broil v. (US) To cook over direct heat in an ungreased skillet.|
|PARBOILS||-||parboils v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of parboil.|
|PARTIBLE||-||partible adj. Divisible, able to be divided or partitioned. [from 14th c.].|
partible adj. Pertaining to property that can be divided between heirs on inheritance, or to an inheritance system based.
|PRIZABLE||-||prizable adj. valuable.|
|RIPPABLE||-||rippable adj. Capable of being ripped (in various senses).|
rippable adj. (of rock) Capable of being mechanically broken.
rippable adj. (surfing) Easy to rip on; allowing a surfer to perform like an expert.
|SAPROBIC||-||saprobic adj. (biology) Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a saprobe or saprobes; that feeds on dead or decaying.|
saprobic adj. (ecology) That contains dead or decaying organic material (and therefore also saprobes).
|SPARERIB||-||sparerib n. A cut of meat including the rib bones.|
spare-rib n. Alternative form of sparerib.
spare rib n. Alternative spelling of sparerib.
|UPBRAIDS||-||upbraids v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upbraid.|