Definition of Bemedaled

1. Adjective. Having or wearing medals. ¹



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Definition of Bemedaled

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bemedaled

bemauling
bemauls
bemaze
bemazed
bembex
bembexes
bembix
bembixes
beme
bemean
bemeaned
bemeaning
bemeans
bemeant
bemedal
bemedaled (current term)
bemedalled
bemedals
bemeet
bemegride
bementite
bemercy
bemerded
bemerding
bemerds
bemesetron
bemete
bemeted
bemetes

Literary usage of Bemedaled

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1. The History of Nations by Henry Cabot Lodge (1906)
"... which, while it had at its command any number of bemedaled generals and dissipated superior officers, had no army worth speaking of, and no money in the ..."

2. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"... the feminized processes, which decide where the bemedaled warriors shall dine, and whom sit next to, and whom take to wife and whom to bed ..."

3. Spain and Portugal by Graeme Mercer Adam (1906)
"... which, while it had at its command any number of bemedaled generals and dissipated superior officers, had no army worth speaking of, and no money in the ..."

4. The Technical World Magazine (1910)
"... working on the principle of a cant-hook they are able to leap in a manner calculated to make the most bemedaled track athlete turn green with envy. ..."

5. Handbook of the American Academy of Political and Social Science by American Academy of Political and Social Science (1896)
"Thus it happens that the new governor, the new colonial secretary, the new administrator, be he never so bemedaled for worthiness in past service at home, ..."

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