Definition of Bejaded
1. bejade [v] - See also: bejade
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Literary usage of Bejaded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of the Court of England, from the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of by John Heneage Jesse (1846)
"First came some guards to clear the way ; And next a squire with boots of hay, And on a nag most miserably bejaded. Two men came next, who cringed and bowed ..."
2. The Literature of the Church of England Indicated in Selections from the by Richard Cattermole (1844)
"Let him not think to support so hard and weighty a duty with a tired, languishing, and bejaded devotion; to avoid which, let a man contract his expression ..."
3. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions by Robert South (1866)
"Let him not think to support so hard and weighty a duty with a tired, languishing, and bejaded devotion : to avoid which, let a man contract his expression, ..."
4. The Diary of Henry Teonge, Chaplain on Board His Majesty's Ships Assistance by Henry Teonge, Charles Knight (1825)
"... Peyton towards London, and were boath bejaded and tyred. And in that time that wee were gon to London, our ship went in to the dock to be cleaned ..."