Definition of Beseeking
1. beseeke [v] - See also: beseeke
Lexicographical Neighbors of Beseeking
Literary usage of Beseeking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Selections from the World's Devotional Classics by George William Gilmore (1916)
"... sheweth full great pleasance and endless meed, that he will give us for our beseeking. And in the sixth reason, there he saith, "How should it then be ? ..."
2. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers (1835)
"... pass thou with diligence To St Andrews that fuir city ; Salute that lord with humble reverence, beseeking him, of fatherly pity, \Vith entire heart, ..."
3. Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1858)
"Some departed, 'beseeking God to judge between them and the minister.' ' It is not to be passed over, how that when John Lauder, minister at Cockburnspath, ..."
4. The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland: Comprising Specimens of by Walter Scott, Luke Clennell, John Greig (1814)
"... and sent it to the Laird of Buccleuch,, beseeking him that he would come with his kin and friends, and all the force that might be, and meet him at ..."
5. The History of the Kirk of Scotland by David Calderwood (1844)
"... beseeking you all to take them in a good part, as they come of a loving mintle to Christ's caus, and weale of his kirk. ..."