5 letter words starting with bl

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  • BLABS
  • BLACK
  • BLADE
  • BLADS
  • BLADY
  • BLAER
  • BLAES
  • BLAFF
  • BLAGS
  • BLAHS
  • BLAIN
  • BLAME
  • BLAMS
  • BLANC
  • BLAND
  • BLANK
  • BLARE
  • BLART
  • BLASE
  • BLASH
  • BLAST
  • BLATE
  • BLATS
  • BLATT
  • BLAUD
  • BLAWN
  • BLAWS
  • BLAYS
  • BLAZE
  • BLEAH
  • BLEAK
  • BLEAR
  • BLEAT
  • BLEBS
  • BLECH
  • BLEED
  • BLEEP
  • BLEES
  • BLEND
  • BLENT
  • BLERT
  • BLESS
  • BLEST
  • BLETS
  • BLEYS
  • BLIMP
  • BLIMY
  • BLIND
  • BLING
  • BLINI
  • BLINK
  • BLINS
  • BLINY
  • BLIPS
  • BLISS
  • BLIST
  • BLITE
  • BLITS
  • BLITZ
  • BLIVE
  • BLOAT
  • BLOBS
  • BLOCK
  • BLOCS
  • BLOGS
  • BLOKE
  • BLOND
  • BLONX
  • BLOOD
  • BLOOK
  • BLOOM
  • BLOOP
  • BLORE
  • BLOTS
  • BLOWN
  • BLOWS
  • BLOWY
  • BLUBS
  • BLUDE
  • BLUDS
  • BLUDY
  • BLUED
  • BLUER
  • BLUES
  • BLUET
  • BLUEY
  • BLUFF
  • BLUID
  • BLUME
  • BLUNK
  • BLUNT
  • BLURB
  • BLURS
  • BLURT
  • BLUSH
  • BLYPE

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Definition of black

black (noun)

  1. The colour/color perceived in the absence of light, but also when no light is reflected, but rather absorbed.
  2. A black dye or pigment.
  3. A pen, pencil, crayon, etc., made of black pigment.
  4. (in the plural) Black cloth hung up at funerals.
  5. (sometimes capitalised) A person of African, Aborigine, or Maori descent; a dark-skinned person.
  6. Blackness, the condition of having dark skin.
  7. The black ball.
  8. The edge of home plate.
  9. A type of firecracker that is really more dark brown in colour.
  10. Blackcurrant syrup (in mixed drinks, e.g. snakebite and black, cider and black).
  11. (in chess and similar games) The person playing with the black set of pieces.
  12. Something, or a part of a thing, which is black.
  13. A stain; a spot.
  14. A dark smut fungus, harmful to wheat.
  15. Marijuana.

black (verb)

  1. To make black; to blacken.
  2. To apply blacking to (something).
  3. To boycott, usually as part of an industrial dispute.

black (adjective)

  1. (of an object) Absorbing all light and reflecting none; dark and hueless.
  2. (of a place, etc) Without light.
  3. (sometimes capitalized) Of or relating to any of various ethnic groups having dark pigmentation of the skin.
  4. Designated for use by those ethnic groups which have dark pigmentation of the skin.
  5. (of a card) Of the spades or clubs suits. Compare red
  6. Bad; evil; ill-omened.
  7. Expressing menace, or discontent; threatening; sullen.
  8. (of objects, markets, etc) Illegitimate, illegal or disgraced.
  9. Overcrowded.
  10. (of coffee or tea) Without any cream, milk or creamer.
  11. Of or relating to the playing pieces of a board game deemed to belong to the "black" set (in chess the set used by the player who moves second) (often regardless of the pieces' actual colour).
  12. Said of a symbol or character that is solid, filled with color. Compare white.
  13. Related to the Christian Democratic Union of Germany.
  14. Clandestine; relating to a political, military, or espionage operation or site, the existence or details of which is withheld from the general public.
  15. Occult; relating to something (such as mystical or magical knowledge) which is unknown to or kept secret from the general public.
  16. Protestant, often with the implication of being militantly pro-British or anti-Catholic
  17. Having one or more features (hair, fur, armour, clothes, bark, etc) that is dark (or black); in taxonomy, especially: dark in comparison to another species with the same base name.
  18. Foul; dirty.

Definition of blear

blear (adjective)

  1. (of eyes or vision) Dim, unclear from water or rheum.
  2. Causing or caused by dimness of sight.

blear (verb)

  1. To be blear; to have blear eyes; to look or gaze with blear eyes.
  2. (of the eyes or eyesight) To make blurred or dim.
  3. (of an image) To blur, make blurry.

Definition of blech

blech (verb)

  1. To have the vomiting reflex triggered.

blech (interjection)

  1. An imitation of the sound of gagging, used to express disgust or disdain.

blech (noun)

  1. A metal sheet used to cover stovetop burners on Shabbat to allow food to be kept warm without violating the prohibition against cooking.

Definition of blind

blind (noun)

  1. A covering for a window to keep out light. The covering may be made of cloth or of narrow slats that can block light or allow it to pass.
  2. A destination sign mounted on a public transport vehicle displaying the route destination, number, name and/or via points, etc.
  3. Any device intended to conceal or hide.
  4. Something to mislead the eye or the understanding, or to conceal some covert deed or design; a subterfuge.
  5. A blindage.
  6. A halting place.
  7. The blindside.
  8. (1800s) No score.
  9. A forced bet: the small blind or the big blind.
  10. A player who is forced to pay such a bet.
  11. (as a plural) Those who are blind, taken as a group.

blind (verb)

  1. To make temporarily or permanently blind.
  2. To curse.
  3. To darken; to obscure to the eye or understanding; to conceal.
  4. To cover with a thin coating of sand and fine gravel, for example a road newly paved, in order that the joints between the stones may be filled.

blind (adjective)

  1. (of a person or animal) Unable to see, due to physiological or neurological factors.
  2. (of an eye) Unable to be used to see, due to physiological or neurological factors.
  3. Failing to see, acknowledge, perceive.
  4. Of a place, having little or no visibility.
  5. Closed at one end; having a dead end
  6. Having no openings for light or passage.
  7. (in certain phrases) Smallest or slightest.
  8. Without any prior knowledge.
  9. Unconditional; without regard to evidence, logic, reality, accidental mistakes, extenuating circumstances, etc.
  10. Unintelligible or illegible.
  11. Abortive; failing to produce flowers or fruit.

blind (adverb)

  1. Without seeing; unseeingly.
  2. Absolutely, totally.
  3. (three card brag) Without looking at the cards dealt.

Definition of blubs

blubs (verb)

  1. To cry, whine or blubber (usually carries a connotation of disapproval).
  2. To swell; to puff out, as with weeping.