adjective, UK /ˈbɪt.əˌswiːt/
containing a mixture of sadness and happiness: "The bittersweet end to the movie is just right."
noun, UK /ˌbækˈjɑːd/
a small space surrounded by walls at the back of a house, usually with a hard surface.
adjective, UK /ˈbē-mē/
emitting beams of or as of light; radiant.
adjective, UK /blɪs.fəl/
extremely or completely happy
"We spent a blissful year together before things started to go wrong."
A city in southwestern England
"The singer was born and raised in Bristol."
adjective, UK /bɪˈleɪ.tɪd/
coming later than expected
"Belated birthday greetings!"
adjective, UK /ˈbaʊn.si/
happy and energetic
"He's always bouncy in the morning."
adjective, UK /breɪv/
showing no fear of dangerous or difficult things.
adjective, UK /blɜːd/
not clear "a blurred photograph" If your sight is blurred, you cannot see clearly "blurred vision"
adverb, UK naʊ/
at the present time
adjective, UK /njuː/
different from before
adjective, UK /bɪˈfʌd.əld
confused and unable to think clearly.
"The director was sitting there looking somewhat befuddled."
The optimistic definition for the post-pandemic period. (Resource: Digitopia)
If you blush, your face becomes red because you are embarrassed.
"He blushed with shame."
adjective, UK /braɪt/
full of light or shining strongly "bright sunshine"
intelligent "He’s a bright boy."
happy or full of hope "You’re very bright and cheerful this morning!"
adjective, UK /bɪˈwɪtʃt/
extremely attracted to something, or completely controlled by something
"Once kids step inside a circus tent, they’re bewitched."