Definition of Bewrayers

1. bewrayer [n] - See also: bewrayer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bewrayers

beworming
beworms
beworried
beworries
beworry
beworrying
bewound
bewrap
bewrapped
bewrapping
bewraps
bewrapt
bewray
bewrayed
bewrayer
bewrayers (current term)
bewraying
bewrays
bewreak
bewreck
bewreke
bewrite
bewrites
bewriting
bewritten
bewrote
bewrought
bewry
bexarotene
bey

Literary usage of Bewrayers

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1. An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1895)
"These plaintive Elegies, my griefs' bewrayers ; Accoutered, as is meet, in mournful raiment I My red-swollen eyen, which were mine heart's betrayers! ..."

2. Ninety-six Sermons by Lancelot Andrewes (1853)
"And not only, that it was bewrayed, but that He made them the bewrayers of it themselves; and even according to Eccles. 10. the place, Ecclesiastes, ..."

3. Studies in General History by Mary Sheldon Barnes (1885)
"bewrayers of the guild shall be heavily punished. Out- dwelling brethren of the guild must deal in the town on market- days. . . . " No woman shall buy at ..."

4. Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom by Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) (1870)
"Of Coleridge's most intimate friends and well intentioned bewrayers—friends from whom he had reason enough to pray for safety, I refer to Hazlitt and De ..."

5. The Spectator: A Digest-index by William Wheeler (1892)
"For Ireland, Addison. 109-1-n. Whisperers of. 218-2-3. A secret marriage. A scoundrel's trick. bewrayers of. 112-1-1: 322-2-4. Peter Hush and Lady Blast. ..."

6. The Antiquarian Magazine & Bibliographer by Edward Walford (1885)
"bewrayers [betrayers] of the Gild shall be heavily punished. No skinner nor glover shall cut any wool from the skins during the summer months, but all skins ..."

7. Stray Chapters in Literature, Folk-lore, and Archaeology by William Edward Armytage Axon (1888)
"bewrayers of the guild to be heavily punished. No glover nor skinner to cut wool during the summer months. Buyers of herrings to share and share alike. ..."

8. The Insurance Cyclopáedia: Being a Dictionary of the Definition of Terms by Cornelius Walford (1871)
"bewrayers [betrayers] of the Gild shall be heavily punished. No skinner nor glover shall cut any wool from the skins during the summer months, but all skins ..."

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