Definition of Beshadows

1. beshadow [v] - See also: beshadow



Lexicographical Neighbors of Beshadows

beserkers
beserks
beses
beset
besetment
besetments
besets
besetten
besetter
besetters
besetting
beshade
beshadow
beshadowed
beshadowing
beshadows (current term)
beshake
beshame
beshamed
beshames
beshaming
beshare
besharp
beshawled
beshield
beshine
beshines
beshining
beshirted

Literary usage of Beshadows

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. New Arabian Nights by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"... with the cipher two; from overhead a great, piled, summer cumulus, as of a slumberous summer afternoon, beshadows them: two miles! it might be hundreds. ..."

2. An Ambassador: City Temple Sermons by Joseph Fort Newton (1916)
"... setting our wills against the light of Thy truth and the patience of Thy love, and it has spread and deepened till it darkens and beshadows our way. ..."

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