Definition of Bemeaned
1. bemean [v] - See also: bemean
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bemeaned
bemeaned (current term)
Literary usage of Bemeaned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. America Revisited: From the Bay of New York to the Gulf of Mexico, and from by George Augustus Sala (1886)
"... the hunter thoroughly terrified at being " cussed " and " bemeaned powerful," "git" ... but I cussed the critter, and bemeaned him powerful ; and he was ..."
2. Characters and Events of Roman History, from Caesar to Nero: The Lowell by Guglielmo Ferrero (1909)
"... recurred to this strange expedient of a marriage, instead of conquering the kingdom, and why Cleopatra bemeaned herself to marry the triumvir. ..."
3. Report of the Joint Committee on Reconstruction, at the First Session by William Pitt Fessenden, Thaddeus Stevens (1866)
"I was insulted and bemeaned in every conceivable way by a party on board who claimed to have been confederates. They were continually drinking toasts and ..."
4. Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical by William Henry Foote (1855)
"... comfort ye my people" — he expressed himself as having preached badly, and bemeaned the text; while his hearers thought he had preached exceedingly well ..."