Definition of Bemeans
1. bemean [v] - See also: bemean
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Literary usage of Bemeans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll by Robert Green Ingersoll (1901)
"The pulpit is weak because it too often belittles and bemeans this life; because it slanders and ..."
2. Poems of the War by George Henry Boker (1864)
"I know my lay bemeans the dead, That sorrow is an humble thing, That I should sing his praise instead, And strike it on a higher string. ..."
3. The Chickasaw Nation: A Short Sketch of a Noble People by James Henry Malone (1922)
"... Major Robert Rogers, that their men "were not at all troubled with a spirit of jealousy, and say it bemeans a man to suspect a woman's chastity. ..."
4. "Monsieur Henri": A Foot-note to French History by Louise Imogen Guiney (1892)
"It is a wonderful two months' record: a failure such as bemeans most conquests. And while Maine and the Breton country were overrun, when there were so many ..."
5. The Illustrated Annual Register of Rural Affairs and Cultivator Almanac for by John Jacob Thomas (1855)
"... bemeans of a cast- iron concave or case extending the whole length of the machine ; and the corn being shovelled in at one end is driven through, ..."