A man speaks frantically into the phone, "My wife is pregnant, and her contractions are only two minutes apart!"
"Is this her first child?" the doctor queries.
"No, you idiot!" the man shouts. "This is her husband!"
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alley n. - alley closed at one end.
- futile course. - date n. Colloq. Date between two people who have not previously met. - drunk adj. Colloq. Extremely drunk. - man's buff n. Game in which a blindfold player tries to catch others. - spot n. - point on the retina insensitive to light. - area where vision or understanding is lacking. - —adj. - lacking the power of sight. - a without adequate foresight, discernment, or information (blind effort). B (often foll. By to) unwilling or unable to appreciate a factor etc. (blind to argument). - not governed by purpose or reason (blind forces). - reckless (blind hitting). - a concealed (blind ditch). B closed at one end. - (of flying) using instruments only. - cookery (of a flan case etc.) Baked without a filling. —v. - deprive of sight. - rob of judgement; deceive; overawe. - slang go recklessly. —n. - screen for a window; awning. - thing used to hide the truth. - obstruction to sight or light. —adv. Blindly. blindly adv. Blindness n. [old english] BLINK
—v. - shut and open the eyes quickly.
- (often foll. By back) prevent (tears) by blinking. - shine unsteadily, flicker. —n. - act of blinking. - momentary gleam or glimpse. blink at 1 look at while blinking. - ignore, shirk. On the blink slang not working properly; out of order. [dutch, var. Of *blench] BLISS
n. - perfect joy.
- being in heaven. blissful adj. Blissfully adv. [old english] BLITT
Abbr. Bachelor of letters. [latin baccalaureus litterarum]
colloq. —n. - a intensive or sudden (esp. Aerial) attack. B intensive period of work etc. (must have a blitz on this room).
- (the blitz) german air raids on london in 1940. —v. Inflict a blitz on. [abbreviation of *blitzkrieg] BLOAT
v. - inflate, swell.
- (as bloated adj.) Inflated with pride, wealth, or food. - cure (a herring) by salting and smoking lightly. [old norse] BLOCK
and tackle n. System of pulleys and ropes, esp. For lifting.
- capitals n.pl. (also block letters) letters printed without serifs, or written with each letter separate and in capitals. - vote n. Vote proportional in power to the number of people a delegate represents. - —n. - solid piece of hard material, esp. Stone or wood. - this as a base for chopping etc., as a stand, or for mounting a horse from. - a large building, esp. When subdivided. B group of buildings between streets. - obstruction. - two or more pulleys mounted in a case. - piece of wood or metal engraved for printing. - slang head. - (often attrib.) Number of things as a unit, e.g. Shares, theatre seats (block booking). - sheets of paper glued along one edge. —v. - a (often foll. By up) obstruct. B impede. - restrict the use of. - cricket stop (a ball) with a bat defensively. block in 1 sketch roughly; plan. - confine. Block out 1 shut out (light, noise, a memory, view, etc.). - sketch roughly; plan. Block up confine; enclose. [low german or dutch] BLOKE
n. Slang man, fellow. [shelta]
(of a woman usu. Blonde) —adj. (of a person, hair, or complexion) light-coloured, fair. —n. Blond person. [latin blondus yellow]
bank n. Store of blood for transfusion.
- bath n. Massacre. - count n. Number of corpuscles in a specific amount of blood. - donor n. Person giving blood for transfusion. - group n. Any of the types of human blood. - orange n. Red-fleshed orange. - pressure n. Pressure of the blood in the arteries etc., measured for diagnosis. - relation n. (also blood relative) relative by birth. - sport n. Sport involving the killing or wounding of animals. - sugar n. Amount of glucose in the blood. - test n. Examination of blood, esp. For diagnosis. - —n. - usu. Red fluid circulating in the arteries and veins of animals. - bloodshed, esp. Killing. - passion, temperament. - race, descent, parentage (of the same blood). - relationship; relations (blood is thicker than water). - dandy. —v. - give (a hound) a first taste of blood. - initiate (a person). in one's blood inherent in one's character. [old english]
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