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Bar hop
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Bar hop: Go to a number of pubs one after the other in one evening (by way of entertainment)
Barhop
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Barhop: Go to a number of pubs or bars one after the other in one evening (by way of entertainment)
Beguile
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Beguile: To delude by guile, artifice, or craft to deceive or impose on,as by a false statement to lure.The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat. Gen. iii. 1 To elude, or e
Boite
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Boite: (French) nightclub, location that provides nighttime entertainment, cabaret
Broadcasting station
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Broadcasting station: Radio or television station through which information and entertainment are conveyed and transmitted to the public in practically every country aro
Busker
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Busker: (British) street entertainer, one who performs music or dance in public as a way of soliciting money
Buzzsaw
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Buzzsaw: In the neighborhood of near or next to not far from close to Along with 6. as, come and sit by me.By foundation or by shady rivulet He sought them both. Milton.
Cheerful
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Cheerful: Having or showing good spirits or joy cheering cheery contented happy 6. joyful 7. lively 8. animated 9. willing. To entertain a cheerful disposition. Shak. The
Cherish
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Cherish: To treat with tenderness and affection to nurture with care to protect and aid. We were gentle among you, even as a nurse cherisheth her children. 1 Thess. ii.
Club
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Club: A place where music and dance are accompanied with having fun or drinking, the physical room or building that this would take place in. A piece of golfing equipme
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