Definition of Begrims
1. begrim [v] - See also: begrim
Lexicographical Neighbors of Begrims
Literary usage of Begrims
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Songs of the Cattle Trail and Cow Camp by John Avery Lomax (1919)
"... shoots at his bootheels there and the smoke of powder begrims the air, But all was quiet as if he'd strayed to that silent spot where the dead are laid. ..."
2. Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical Account of by Lewis Crusius (1733)
"... th' unrav'ling folds he draws, A pois'nous foam begrims his clotted jaws : Fierce from his eyes the blue effulgence flows ; His ample teeth expand their ..."
3. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay by Asiatic Society of Bombay (1883)
"... were put to flight; and a fugitive quickly proceeds to a place And how many braves have we left there, whose hair the wind begrims with dust? ..."
4. Fire Insurance Inspection & Underwriting by Charles Carroll Dominge, W. O. Lincoln (1920)
"He will always attempt to investigate "concealed spaces," whether he begrims his skin or his clothing. And last but not least, he will never allow himself ..."