bay

Part of speech: verb

To bark at; drive; bark hoarsely.

Part of speech: adjective

Red- brown; said of horses.

Part of speech: noun

A body of water partly enclosed by land; an arm of the sea.

Part of speech: noun

Any recess.

Part of speech: noun

A coarse mahogany. Baywood.

Part of speech: noun

The laurel- tree. Baytree.

Part of speech: noun

A laurel- wreath; poetic renown.

Part of speech: noun

A bay horse.

Part of speech: noun

A deep bark, as of dogs in hunting.

Part of speech: noun

The situation of a hunted creature compelled to turn on its pursuers.

Part of speech: noun

A large space in a barn for hay.

Part of speech: noun

A compartment or division between piers or columns.

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Usage examples "bay":

  1. She struggled away from him, and stood at bay. - "The Honorable Percival", Alice Hegan Rice.
  2. Had the bay horse stopped? - "The Gold of Chickaree", Susan Warner.
  3. As their water was, however, running short, they at length stood into a small bay which offered a safe landing- place. - "The Three Commanders", W.H.G. Kingston.