a roadside borrow pit dug for drainage purposes.
the sense or perception of pressure. baresthesia bar·es·the·sia (bār’ěs-thē’zhə) n. see pressure sense.
- Bar examination
a written examination to determine if one is qualified to practice law in a particular jurisdiction. historical examples he has just p-ssed his bar examination and is practicing temporarily in my office. the mask arthur hornblow
a person who frequents barrooms. contemporary examples in early april 1949, the pet-te 18-year-old barfly was found in a shallow grave in the desert of southern new mexico. who’s murdering the prost-tutes of albuquerque? sally denton april 26, 2009 noun (pl) -flies (informal) a person who frequents bars n. “habitual drunkard,” 1910, from bar (n.2) […]
- Bar foot
runner foot. a foot having the form of a bar connecting the corresponding front and rear legs of a piece.
- Bargain basement
a bas-m-nt area in some stores where goods are sold at prices lower than usual. very low-priced. noticeably lacking in quality; inferior. noun part of a shop where goods are sold at reduced prices