Definition of Besit

1. v. t. To suit; to fit; to become.



Definition of Besit

1. Verb. (transitive, obsolete) To sit around; sit about; besiege. ¹

2. Verb. (transitive, obsolete) To sit upon. ¹

3. Verb. (transitive, obsolete) To sit properly upon, as clothes; to suit; become. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Besit

1. to besiege [v BESAT, BESITTING, BESITS] - See also: besiege

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Besit

besieger
besiegers
besieges
besieging
besiegingly
besigh
besighed
besighing
besighs
besilesomab
besilver
besing
besinging
besings
besique
besit (current term)
besits
besitting
beskirt
beskirted
beskirting
beskirts
beslabber
beslabbered
beslabbering
beslabbers
beslap
beslave
beslaved
beslaver

Literary usage of Besit

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1. Turkey in Europe by James Baker (1877)
"... of Seras—Heavy Traffic—Wrestling Match—A Gipsy Champion—Gipsy Immigration to Europe—Stopped by a Turkish Guard— Lake besit, or Ancient ..."

2. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records by Charles William Manwaring (1906)
"Nextly, I give to my son Elisha Williams all my Middletown lott of land lying on the west side of besit River. Nextly, I give to the heirs of my son Samuel ..."

3. British Guiana Boundary: Arbitration with the United States of Venezuela by Great Britain (1898)
"... besit, en dat bet te vergeefs was daer van te vermanen, sonde nu noch nimmermehr ош ... in besit heft In West India coste den Conine niet ..."

4. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records (1906)
"... great meadow which 1 bought of Silas Belding; also I give to my son Benjamin another part of my Middletown lott lying on the east side of besit River. ..."

5. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1894)
"... Outlines of a System for Geo^F and Military Purposes,' 1827, besit volumes recounting his exploration though accurate and painstaking, e> reflect the ..."

6. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1855)
"... the prince of Ionia twice returned to ] arms with those of the emperor; besit and threatened Constantinople ..."

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