Definition of Bepearled
1. bepearl [v] - See also: bepearl
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Literary usage of Bepearled
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1. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1893)
"tints of the embroidered and bepearled canopy, — *fil gran magnificenza. " And the people had cried Francia, Francia! with an enthusiasm proportioned to the ..."
2. The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American by Charlotte Fiske Bates (1910)
"Ask me why I send to you This primrose, thus bepearled with dew? I will whisper to your ears, The sweets of love are mixed with tears. ..."
3. English Lyric Poetry, 1500-1700 by Frederic Ives Carpenter (1897)
"... Ask me why I send to you This primrose all bepearled with dew; I straight will whisper in your ears, The sweets of love are washed with tears: Ask me ..."
4. Elizabethan Songs "in Honour of Love and Beautie." by Andrew Lang, Edmund Henry Garrett (1891)
"A SK me why I send you here This firstling of the infant year; Ask me why I send to you This primrose all bepearled with dew,— I straight will whisper in ..."
5. The Shakespeare Garden by ESTHER. SINGLETON (1922)
"Ask me why I send to you This Primrose, all bepearled with dew? I straight whisper in your ears: The sweets of Love are wash'd with tears Ask me why this ..."
6. Conversations on Some of the Old Poets by James Russell Lowell (1893)
"“Ask me why I send you here This firstling of the infant year,— Ask me why I send to you This primrose all bepearled with dew,— I straight will whisper in ..."
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