Definition of Bemires

1. Verb. (third-person singular of bemire) ¹



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Definition of Bemires

1. bemire [v] - See also: bemire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bemires

bemerds
bemesetron
bemete
bemeted
bemetes
bemeting
bemind
beminded
beming
bemingle
bemingled
bemingles
bemingling
bemire
bemired
bemires (current term)
bemiring
bemirror
bemist
bemisted
bemisting
bemists
bemittened
bemix
bemixed
bemixes
bemixing
bemixt
bemoan
bemoaned

Literary usage of Bemires

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1. The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil by William Young Sellar (1897)
"While blustering Alpinus strangles Memnon, and disfigures and bemires the source of the Rhine by ..."

2. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1864)
"... the sustaining and uplifting energy with which we prosecute a purpose: the joy or loathing that wings or bemires our steps, in whatever we undertake, ..."

3. The English Lyric by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1913)
"... tells how he drinks drops of the heavenly flood and bemires his Maker with returning mud. And yet the cause of these conceits may be attributable to ..."

4. English Literature During the Lifetime of Shakespeare by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1910)
"He drinks the drops of the heavenly flood and bemires his Maker with returning mud; Peter's heart was not thawed by the fire before which he sat, ..."

5. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"Perhaps from E. daggle, v., as denoting one who bemires himself in going from place to place. DAGH, DAIGH, ยป. Dough. "But the wind will blow that god to the ..."

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