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[bˈiː], [bˈiː], [b_ˈiː]

Synonyms for B:

Other synonyms and related words:

00s, 1, 2, 4, 8, A, Av, B vitamin, B-complex vitamin, CF, CT, Cu, D, E, Ed, F, FR, FX, G, GPA, H, I, IC, J, Min, N, Ne, O, P, Ti, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, abbreviation, abc's, acronym, ad, aitch, annual, anon, anticoagulant, aorta, apt, artery, atheroma, atomic number 5, atrium, b complex, bacilli, bacillus, barn, bass, bcc, beat, bel, biannual, bleeding, blood, boron, bpi, btw, c, calendar, capillary, capt, cc, cctv, chord, coronary, crotchet, decade, demerit, distinction, do, downbeat, eighties, etc, flat, fwiw, gr, grade, group b, interval, jugular, k, letter b, light year, m, mark, marking, max, mi, millennium, minim, murmur, myob, note, octave, pass, passim, pd, pk, prep, prof, pulsation, pulse, reg, result, rx, scale, sec, second, secondarily, secondly, serum, sic, sol, spleen, summer, tenor, ticker, tone, tonic, treble, twelvemonth, two, type B, vein, vitamin B, vitamin B complex, year, yearlong, yr.

Rhymes for B:

  1. ip, inductee, detainee, honoree, devotee, tea, ne, vendee, sep, ski, he, zee, bourgeoisie, jubilee, tv, nominee, lsd, licensee, se, tennessee, zea, flea, marquis, lessee, v, undersea, guaranty, emcee, trustee, enlistee, re, lxi, brie, mc, mt, appointee, rb, key, referee, fee, lp, mit, chablis, retiree, ee, esprit, yi, yangtze, pea, debris, gutsy, tee, li, fop, disagree, me, atp, whoopee, foresee, nestle, plea, ranee, kea, degree, z, cc, c, guarantee, trainee, gee, be, oversea, si, indri, klee, lee, marquee, sea, te, curie, mi, deportee, rupee, potpourri, t, xi, see, lea, free, bee, cod, ti, nee, ab, tree, p, spree, three, decree, draftee, flee, cd, glee, banshee, internee, leigh, yippee, vi, parolee, g, ddt, wee, knee, id, de, d;
  2. albee, agree, ac;
  3. addressee;
  4. interviewee;

Quotes for B:

  1. I'm very focused on the world and my career and my Porsche turbo and making money and Stevie B Inc. I'm just living according to the standards of the world. Stephen Baldwin.

Idioms of B:

  1. with a capital A, B, etc.;