bill

Part of speech: noun

A public notice.

Part of speech: verb

To enter in a bill; charge; advertise by bills or placards.

Part of speech: verb

To join bills, as doves; caress.

Part of speech: noun

A statement of an account.

Part of speech: noun

A bank or government- note.

Part of speech: noun

A list of items.

Part of speech: noun

The draft of a proposed law.

Part of speech: noun

A beak, as of a bird.

Part of speech: noun

A hook- shaped instrument or weapon; a halberd.

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Usage examples "bill":

  1. The bill did not immediately effect its purpose, and the slavers made the most of the opportunity. - "The South American Republics Part I of II", Thomas C. Dawson.
  2. And Bill and Tom walked out. - "When Egypt Went Broke", Holman Day.
  3. " Stand by the thing for my sake if not for the sake of the bill. - "The High Calling", Charles M. Sheldon.