belief vs believe belief a feeling that something is true: There is a general belief that nuclear weapons are immoral.
believe to feel that (something) is true, especially without proof: I don’t believe in ghosts, do you?
below in a lower place than, beneath: The kitchen is below my bedroom.
bellow shout loudly, yell: Do not bellow in my ear.
berth a bed on a train, ship, etc. I want to book a cabin with three berths.
birth act of being born: The birth was very difficult.
beside close to, at the side of: Come here and sit beside me.
besides other than, in addition to: There is no one here besides Daniel.
biannual occurring twice a year: Our club holds biannual meetings in January and July.
biennial occurring once every two years: This is a biennial art show, it won’t happen again for two more years.