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Bear — A cowboy term for donuts made while they were on the range.
A cook who could and would make them was highly regarded. Beating the Road — Traveling on a railroad train without paying, usually referring to a bum. Beat the Dutch — To beat all or beat the devil.
Beat the Devil around the Stump — To evade responsibility or a difficult task. Bed-post — A moment, an instant, jiffy. Beef — To kill. This came from killing a cow for food. Bend an Elbow — Have a drink. Bender — Initially referred to a spree or a frolic. Later, and now, also used to describe someone on a drinking binge. Benzinery — A low-grade drinking place.
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Understood as following a vision by most Indians, they were not tolerated by whites. They persist today, discreetly. Best Bib and Tucker — Wearing your best clothes. Betterments — The improvements made on new lands, by cultivation and the erection of buildings.
Betty — A pear-shaped bottle wound around with straw which contains Italian olive oil. Bible — A small packet of papers used to roll cigarettes. Bible Bump — A bump or cyst on the wrist or hand that old timers say would disappear if whacked by a large book — such as the bible.
Big Bug — Important person, official, boss. Big Fifty — A. It was 16 pounds unloaded, with three-quarter inch, grain black powder cartridges loaded for differing ranges. Bill Show — A Wild West show. Bit House — A cheap saloon. Black — To look black at one is to look at one with anger or deep resentment.
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Bucking the Tiger — Playing Faro or poker. Buckra — A white man, applied to white men by the blacks of the African coast. Buffalo Soldiers — Black soldiers of the U. Not all of the recruits were former slaves; most were free blacks of Northern parentage and many had served with distinction during the Civil War.
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