Lexicographical Neighbors of Becloak
Literary usage of Becloak
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature by Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom (1834)
"When he walks he overfills the pavement, and is more difficult to pass than a link of full-dressed misses, or a chain of becloak- ed dandies. ..."
2. The Complete Works of Joshuah Sylvester: For the First Time Collected and by Josuah Sylvester, Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas, Alexander Balloch Grosart, Henry Smith (1880)
"Torn Limbs, tost truncheons, Shiver, Fire, and smoak, As with thick clouds, both Armies round becloak : Th' Earth quakes for fear, ..."