|one who withstands, one who sustains, one who bears||endurer|
|, , fruit of eggplant, , , plant with large edible fruit, aubergine, blackish purple, plant of East Indian origin that bears an edible fruit; dark purple egg-shaped fruit of the eggplant (eaten as a vegetable); dark purple color||eggplant|
|Also called a time deposit, this is a certificate issued by a bank or thrift that indicates a specified sum of money has been deposited. A C.D. bears a maturity date and a specified interest rate, and can be issued in any denomination. The duration can...||Certificate of deposit (C.D.)|
|An acronym for Bonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings. Holders of BEARS receive the face value of bondsunderlyingcall option, which are exercise by CUBS (an acronym for Calls Underwritten by Swanbrook). If the calls are exercised by CUBS, BEARS holde...||BEARS|
|annual plant of the pea family, broad bean, plant that bears the fava bean||fava|
|bear young, child, give birth to whelps, bring forth (offensive when said of a woman), ridge on capstan or windlass, rude young man, tooth on a wheel, young animal, young offspring of some mammals (i.e. dogs, bears, lion, etc.); ill-mannered child||whelp|
|bearing that withstands axial loading||thrust bearing|
|bearlike; of bears, having characteristics of bears, typical of bears||ursine|
|beige, flower, flowering tree, ornamental shrub or tree which bears large white or pink flowers; flower of the magnolia tree or shrub||magnolia|
|blossom of lilac, flowering tree, pale pinkish-purple color, pale purple, lilac-colored, shrub which bears large clusters of strongly scented purple or white flowers||lilac|
|bringer, holder of redeemable note, pallbearer, person or thing that bears or carries; plant or tree which produces fruit; person who presents a money order, porter||bearer|
|burdock, biennial herb which bears small burs||lappa|
|certificate that bears monetary value, coupon; receipt; authorizer, endorser, documentary evidence, guarantor, substitute for money when buying something||voucher|
|container that withstands bursting pressure||pressure vessel|
|custom common among some peoples in which a father takes to his bed and acts out the birth experience after his wife bears a child, male imitation of childbirth||couvade|
|dark blue or black edible berry; bush which bears this berry, fruit, plant like a blueberry||huckleberry|
|doormat that bears a greeting||welcome mat|
|edible berry; shrub which bears this fruit, fruit of gooseberry, plant with berries like gooseberries, spiny fruit bush||gooseberry|
|eggplant, plant of East Indian origin that bears an edible fruit; (British) egg-shaped fruit of the eggplant that is eaten as a vegetable and is usually a dark purple color||aubergine|
|fleshy fruit; trailing or climbing plant which bears this fruit; vessel or utensil made from a dried gourd shell, gourd -producing plant, hard-skinned fruit||gourd|
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