Definition of Bepimpled
1. bepimple [v] - See also: bepimple
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Literary usage of Bepimpled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Book for a Rainy Day: Or, Recollections of the Events of the Years 1766-1833 by John Thomas Smith (1905)
"... Her skin was so bepimpled o'er, There was not room for any more." Her eyes reminded me of Sheridan's remark on those of Dr. Arne, " Like two oysters on ..."
2. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1901)
"Only last night I overheard Miss Rosebud unblushingly impress upon a gawky and bepimpled youth from the Universities that he ..."
3. A book for a rainy day: or, Recollections of the events of the last sixty by John Thomas Smith (1861)
"The lady was pretty well in case, But then she'd humour in her face ; Her skin was BO bepimpled o'er, There was not room for any more. ..."
4. Lambeth and the Vatican: Or, Anecdotes of the Church of Rome, of the (1825)
"For millions of poets, the arch-poet composes. . Leo. By millions of bumpers, bepimpled his nose is. ..."