Definition of Begrimmed
1. begrim [v] - See also: begrim
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Literary usage of Begrimmed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cuba with pen and pencil by Samuel Hazard (1873)
"What a strange sight it was, in our subterranean wanderings in this dark cave., to meet a group of begrimmed men coming from out the gloom! ..."
2. Proceedings of the Annual MeetingIndians of North America (1892)
"A gentleman of this sort, whose clothes were begrimmed with the accumulated filth of years and whose hovel smelt worse than an English hog-stye, ..."
3. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1908)
"Ten years ago the people of America were all astride bicycles ; but now, protected by leathern jackets, goggles and masks, and besmeared and begrimmed with ..."
4. Southern History of the Great Civil War in the United States by Edward Alfred Pollard (1863)
"To give them further time, the gallant Tilghman exhausted aad begrimmed with powder and smoke, stood erect at the ..."
5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1868)
"The dispersion of composite and other seeds ; the curling smoke ; the begrimmed houses of a Manchester or a Pittsburg ; the dust storms in mid-ocean ..."
6. A History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent by George Bancroft (1853)
"... summoned John Huss to its tribunal, set on his head a paper cap, begrimmed with hobgoblins, permitted the bishops to strip him and curse him, ..."