3500SAT巴朗词表：Word List 6
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Word List 6 bard-bluff
bard N. /(吟游)诗人/poet. The ancient bard Homer sang of the fall of Troy.
baroque ADJ. /华丽的/highly ornate. Accustomed to the severe lines of contemporary buildings, the architecture students found the flamboyance of baroque architecture amusing. They simply didn't go for baroque.
barrage N. /弹幕，火力网/barrier laid down by artillery fire. The company was forced to retreat through the barrage of heavy cannons.
barren ADJ. /荒芜的，贫瘠的/desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking. Looking out at the trackless, barren desert, Indiana Jones feared that his search for the missing expedition would prove barren.
barricade N. /屏障;障碍物/hastily put together defensive barrier; obstacle. Marius and his fellow students hurriedly improvised a rough barricade to block police access to the students' quarter. Malcolm and his brothers barricaded themselves in their bedroom to keep their mother from seeing the hole in the bedroom floor. alsoV.
barterer N. /交易商/trader. The barterer exchanged trinkets for the natives' furs. It seemed smarter to barter than to pay cash.
bask V. /享受(温暖);愉快，舒适/luxuriate; take pleasure in warmth. Basking on the beach, she relaxed so completely that she fell asleep.
bastion N. /堡垒;工事/fortress; defense. The villagers fortified the town hall, hoping this improvised bastion could protect them from the guerillas' raids. .
bate V. /限制;抑制/let down; restrain. Until it was time to open the presents, the children had to bate their curiosity. bated,ADJ.
bauble N. /小玩意儿/trinket; trifle. The child was delighted with the bauble she had won in the grab bag.
bawdy ADJ. /猥亵的;下流的;卖淫的/indecent; obscene. Jack took offense at Jill's bawdy remarks. What kind of young man did she think he was?
beam N. /光束;铁梁，木梁;一束电波/ray of light; long piece of metal or wood; course of a radio signal. V. smile radiantly. If a beam of light falls on you, it illuminates you; if a beam of iron falls on you, it eliminates you. (No one feels like beaming when crushed by an iron beam.)
beatific ADJ. /祝福;幸福的/giving bliss; blissful. The beatific smile on the child's face made us very happy.
beatitude N. /祝福/blessedness; state of bliss. Growing closer to God each day, the mystic achieved a state of indescribable beatitude.
bedizen V. /俗丽，俗气/dress with vulgar finery. The witch doctors were bedizened in all their gaudiest costumes.
bedraggle V. /邋遢的;湿的/wet thoroughly; stain with mud. We were so bedraggled by the severe storm that we had to change into dry clothing. bedraggled,ADJ.
beeline N. /直线/direct, quick route. As soon as the movie was over, Jim made a beeline for the exit.
befuddle V. /迷惑/confuse thoroughly. His attempts to clarify the situation succeeded only in befuddling her further.
beget V. /得子;产生/father; produce; give rise to. One good turn may deserve another; it does not necessarily beget another.
begrudge V. /愤恨;嫉妒/resent. I begrudge every minute I have to spend attending meetings; they're a complete waste of time.
*beguile V. /欺骗，骗住;消磨时间/mislead or delude; pass time. With flattery and big talk of easy money, the con men beguiled Kyle into betting his allowance on the shell game. Broke, he beguiled himself during the long hours by playing solitaire.
behemoth N. /怪物;怪兽/huge creature; monstrous animal. Sportscasters nicknamed the linebacker "The Behemoth."
belabor V. /嘴贫，过度的说;谩骂/explain or go over excessively or to a ridiculous degree; attack verbally. The debate coach warned her student not to bore the audience by belaboring her point.
belated ADJ. /推迟的，延期的/delayed. He apologized for his belated note of condolence to the widow of his friend and explained that he had just learned of her husband's untimely death.
beleaguer V. /攻击;使烦恼/besiege or attack; harassed. The babysitter was surrounded by a crowd of unmanageable brats who relentlessly beleaguered her.
belie V. /掩饰，造成假象;矛盾/contradict; give a false impression. His coarse, hard-bitten exterior belied his inner sensitivity.
belittle V. /蔑视，使渺小/disparage or depreciate; put down. Parents should not belittle their children's early attempts at drawing, but should encourage their efforts. Barry was a put-down artist: he was a genius at belittling people and making them feel small.
bellicose ADJ. /好斗的，好战的/warlike. His bellicose disposition alienated his friends.
belligerent ADJ. /好斗的，好斗嘴的/quarrelsome. Whenever he had too much to drink, he became belligerent and tried to pick fights with strangers. belligerence, N.
bemoan V. /哀叹，悲伤/lament; express disapproval of. The widow bemoaned the death of her beloved husband. Although critics bemoaned the serious flaws in the author's novels, each year his latest book topped the best-seller list.
bemused ADJ. /困惑的，发呆的/confused; lost in thought; preoccupied. Jill studied the garbled instructions with a bemused look on her face.
benediction N. /祝福/blessing. The appearance of the sun after the many rainy days was like a benediction.
benefactor N. /恩人，赞助人/gift giver; patron. Scrooge later became Tiny Tim's benefactor and gave him gifts.
beneficial ADJ. /有用的/helpful; useful. Tiny Tim's cheerful good nature had a beneficial influence on Scrooge's onceuncharitable disposition.
beneficiary N. /(遗产)受益人/person entitled to benefits or proceeds of an insurance policy or will. In Scrooge's will, he made Tiny Tim his beneficiary. everything he left would go to young Tim.
benevolent ADJ. /慈善的/generous; charitable. Mr. Fezziwig was a benevolent employer, who wished to make Christmas merrier for young Scrooge and his other employees.
benign ADJ. /良性的，好的;和蔼可亲的/kindly; favorable; not malignant. Though her benign smile and gentle bearing made Miss Marple seem a sweet little old lady, in reality she was a tough-minded, shrewd observer of human nature. benignity, N.
bent ADJ; N. /先天的/determined; natural talent or inclination. Bent on advancing in the business world, the secretary-heroine of Working Girl has a true bent for high finance.
*bequeath V. /遗赠，(代代)相传/leave to someone by a will; hand down. Though Maud had intended to bequeath the family home to her nephew, she died before changing her will. bequest, N.
berate V. /严厉指责，谴责/scold strongly. He feared she would berate him for his forgetfulness.
bereavement N. /丧亲/state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved. His friends gathered to console him upon his sudden bereavement.
bereft ADJ. /失去的，缺少的/deprived of; lacking; desolate because of a loss. The foolish gambler soon found himself bereft of funds.
berserk ADV. /疯狂的，狂暴的/frenzied. Angered, he went berserk and began to wreck the room.
beseech V. /乞求，恳求/beg; plead with. The workaholic executive's wife beseeched him to spend more time with their son.
beset V. /困扰/harass or trouble; hem in. Many vexing problems beset the American public school system. Sleeping Beauty's castle was beset on all sides by dense thickets that hid it from view.
besiege V. /围攻/surround with armed forces; harass (with requests). When the bandits besieged the village, the villagers holed up in the town hall and prepared to withstand a long siege. Members of the new administration were besieged with job applications from people who had worked on the campaign.
besmirch V. /弄脏/soil, defile. The scandalous remarks in the newspaper besmirch the reputations of every member of the society.
bestial ADJ. /残忍的/beastlike; brutal. According to legend, the werewolf was able to abandon its human shape and take on a bestial form.
bestow V. /给予/give. He wished to bestow great honors upon the hero.
betoken V. /预示;表示/signify; indicate. The well-equipped docks, tall piles of cargo containers, and numerous vessels being loaded all betoken Oakland's importance as a port.
betray V. /出卖;背叛/be unfaithful; reveal (unconsciously or unwillingly). The spy betrayed his country by selling military secrets to the enemy. When he was taken in for questioning, the tightness of his lips betrayed his fear of being caught.
betroth V. /订婚/become engaged to marry. The announcement that they had become betrothed surprised their friends who had not suspected any romance. betrothal, N.
bevy N. /一群(少女，小鸟)/large group. The movie actor was surrounded by a bevyof starlets.
biased ADJ. /偏见的，偏差/slanted; prejudiced. Because the judge played golf regularly with the district attorney's father, we feared he might be biased in the prosecution's favor. bias, N.
bicameral ADJ. /两院制的(参，众)/two-chambered, as a legislative body. The United States Congress is a bicameral body.
bicker V. /争吵/quarrel. The children bickered morning, noon, and night, exasperating their parents.
biennial ADJ. /两年一度/every two years. Seeing no need to meet more frequently, the group held biennial meetings instead of annual ones. Plants that bear flowers biennially are known as biennials.
bigotry N. /固执/stubborn intolerance. Brought up in a democratic atmosphere, the student was shocked by the bigotry and narrowness expressed by several of his classmates.
bilious ADJ. /消化不良，易怒/suffering from indigestion; irritable. His bilious temperament was apparent to all who heard him rant about his difficulties.
bilk V. /骗/swindle; cheat. The con man specialized in bilking insurance companies.
billowing ADJ. /波涛翻滚/swelling out in waves; surging. Standing over the air vent, Marilyn Monroe tried vainly to control her billowing skirts.
bivouac N. /帐篷/temporary encampment. While in bivouac, we spent the night in our sleeping bags under the stars. alsoV.
bizarre ADJ. /怪异的/fantastic; violently contrasting. The plot of the novel was too bizarre to be believed.
blanch V. /漂白/bleach; whiten. Although age had blanched his hair, he was still vigorous and energetic.
bland ADJ. /温和的/soothing or mild; agreeable. Jill tried a bland ointment for her sunburn. However, when Jack absentmindedly patted her on the sunburned shoulder, she couldn't maintain a bland disposition.
blandishment N. /阿谀奉承/flattery. Despite the salesperson's blandishments, the customer did not buy the outfit.
blare N. /大声喊叫，令人眩晕的强光/loud, harsh roar or screech; dazzling blaze of light. I don't know which is worse: the steady blare of a boom box deafening your ears or a sudden blare of flashbulbs dazzling your eyes.
blasé ADJ. /厌于享乐/bored with pleasure or dissipation. Although Beth was as thrilled with the idea of a trip to Paris as her classmates were, she tried to act super cool and blasé, as if she'd been abroad hundreds of times.
blasphemy N. /亵渎/irreverence; sacrilege; cursing. In my father's house, the Dodgers were the holiest of holies; to cheer for another team was to utter words of blasphemy. blasphemous,ADJ.
blatant ADJ. /喧闹;俗丽/flagrant; conspicuously obvious; loudly offensive. To the unemployed youth from Dublin, the "No Irish Need Apply" placard in the shop window was a blatant mark of prejudice.
*bleak ADJ. /冷淡;凄凉/cold or cheerless; unlikely to be favorable. The frigid, inhospitable Aleutian Islands are bleak military outposts. It's no wonder that soldiers assigned there have a bleak attitude toward their posting.
*blighted ADJ. /完蛋了的;生病了的/suffering from a disease; destroyed. The extent of the blighted areas could be seen only when viewed from the air.
blithe ADJ. /欢乐，高兴/gay; joyous; heedless. Shelley called the skylark a "blithe spirit" because of its happy song.
bloated ADJ. /浮肿/swollen or puffed as with water or air. Her bloated stomach came from drinking so much water.
bludgeon N. /大头狼牙棒/club; heavy-headed weapon. Attacked by Dr. Moriarty, Holmes used his walking stick as a bludgeon to defend himself. "Watson," he said, "I fear I may have bludgeoned Moriarty to death."
bluff ADJ. /直率的/rough but good-natured. Jack had a bluff andhearty manner that belied his actual sensitivity; he never let people know how thin-skinned he really was.
bluff N. /虚伪;欺骗;悬崖/pretense (of strength); deception; high cliff. Claire thought Lord Byron's boast that he would swim the Hellespont was just a bluff; she was astounded when he dove from the high bluff into the waters below.
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