Band·age (băn′dĭj), Noun.
The particular period of time which was dominated by band players. Suzu lived in the bandage.
Bat·tle-door (băt′l-dôr), Noun.
A door used for battle, often as a barricade, shield, or weapon. The king’s army had hundreds of battle-doors.
Bob·bin (bŏb′ĭn), Noun.
A box or crate filled with knots of worms on a string, most often used by eel fishers. Franklin had a bobbin.
Bram·ble-net (brăm′bəl-nēt), Noun or Verb.
1: Noun. A net fashioned to catch or gather thorns or brambles. Rufus had a bramble-net.
2: Verb. To throw a net over a cluster of thorns or brambles. Rufus liked to bramble-net.
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