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Break-fall
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Break-fall: (In Sports) technique that reduces the impact of a fall
Breakage
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Breakage: The act of breaking a break a breaking also, articles broken. An allowance or compensation for things broken accidentally, as intransportation or use.
Breakbone
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Breakbone: Dengue fever, infectious disease characterized by a high fever and pain in the muscles and joints (occurs in tropic regions such as India, Egypt, and the West
Breakfall
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Breakfall: (In Sports) technique that reduces the impact of a fall
Breakout
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Breakout: Eruption, sudden outbreak (of disease, etc.) escape
Brights disease
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Brights disease: An affection of the kidneys, usually inflammatory in character,and distinguished by the occurrence of albumin and renal casts in theurine. Several variet
Bring
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Bring: To convey to the place where the speaker is or is to be to bearfrom a more distant to a nearer place to fetch.And as she was going to fetch it, he called to her, a
Broadbrim
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Broadbrim: A hat with a very broad brim, like those worn by men of thesociety of Friends. A member of the society of Friends a Quaker. [Sportive]
Broken down
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Broken down: Shattered out of working order, got ruined (e.g.,"Our dishwasher is broken-down" "broken down car") infirm, weak from illness or age (e.g., "a broken down h
Bromism
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Bromism: A diseased condition produced by the excessive use of bromineor one of its compounds. It is characterized by mental dullness andmuscular weakness.
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