Definition of Begemming
1. begem [v] - See also: begem
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Literary usage of Begemming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore by Thomas Moore, Alfred Denis Godley (1910)
"There wept till the tear almost froze in her eye, And now the third night was begemming the sky ; When—hark !—'twas the bell that came deep in the wind ! ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1853)
"Thy bright chalice, fair lady! begemming the waters, has set many a poet raving ; but, unmoved by thy charms, the pampered horticulturist took no hint of an ..."
3. Poems by James Clarence Mangan, John Mitchel (1859)
"Than Night in the Summer-time Nought is diviner, save the awaking of May, When she comes o'er the hills from her own orient clime, Dews begemming, ..."
4. Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and New Zealand: Being an Artist's by George French Angas (1847)
"... they sparkle along the dolphin's path, and dash back as the grampus cleaves his way through the briny waters, begemming the crest of every surge above ..."