Definition of "b's" [b's]

  • The second letter and first consonant of the modern English alphabet (noun)
  • A speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiced bilabial stop, as in bell (noun)
  • The second in a series, esp the second highest grade in an examination (noun)
  • Plural form of b. (noun)

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Use "b's" in a sentence
  • "Thus the audio-animatronic Obama purses its lips to pronounce its b's and p's in a way frighteningly evocative of the real one, and raises its hands, open-palmed, while shrugging its shoulders, in a way that can only be described as Obamaesque."
  • "I have to second Lisa b's comment - when I taught, too, we could tell if we were at or at day away from a full moon."
  • "I think the two 'b's together are very agreeable, Merrifield says."