The 1000 Most Common SAT Words - B

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balk

to stop, block abruptly

ballad

a love song

banal

dull, commonplace

bane

a burden

bard

a poet, often a singer as well

bashful

shy, excessively timid

battery

1.a device that supplies power 2.assault, beating

beguile

to trick, deceive

behemoth

something of tremendous power or size

benevolent

marked by goodness or doing good

benign

favorable, not threatening, mild

bequeath

to pass on, give

berate

to scold vehemently

bereft

devoid of, without

beseech

to beg, plead, implore

bias

a tendency, inclination, prejudice

bilk

cheat, defraud

blandish

to coax by using flattery

blemish

an imperfection, flaw

blight

1.a plague, disease 2.something that destroys hope

boisterous

loud and full of energy

bombastic

excessively confident, pompous

boon

a gift or blessing

bourgeois

a middle-class person, capitalist

brazen

excessively bold, brash

brusque

short, abrupt, dismissive

buffet

1.to strike with force 2.an arrangement of food set out on a table

burnish

to polish, shine

buttress

to support, hold up

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