Definition of Bedrenching
1. bedrench [v] - See also: bedrench
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Literary usage of Bedrenching
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Primitive & Mediaeval Japanese Texts by Frederick Victor Dickins (1906)
"... and trick- crowd trembling round me, and sad their lamentation as spring-birds plaining, their shining sleeves the tears of grief bedrenching as their ..."
2. Appreciations, with an Essay on Style by Walter Pater (1895)
"waking, according to Richard, " Our peace, which in our country's cradle, Draws the sweet infant breath of gentle sleep :"— bedrenching " with crimson ..."
3. Webster's High School Dictionary: A Dictionary of the English Language by Noah Webster (1892)
"... bedrenching.] To drench ; to soak ; to saturate. Be-dwarf' (be-dwarf'), vt To make a dwarf of ; to stunt. ..."