Definition of Beslavers

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



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Definition of Beslavers

1. beslaver [v] - See also: beslaver

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beslavers

besitting
beskirt
beskirted
beskirting
beskirts
beslabber
beslabbered
beslabbering
beslabbers
beslap
beslave
beslaved
beslaver
beslavered
beslavering
beslavers (current term)
beslaves
beslaving
besleep
besleeve
beslime
beslimed
beslimes
besliming
beslippered
beslobber
beslobbered
beslobbering
beslobbers
beslubber

Literary usage of Beslavers

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

1. Southern Literary Messenger (1859)
"The individual here mentioned in the columns of the Morning Sun—a paper which I thoroughly despise, because it always toadies and beslavers with the most ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1835)
"Durham, with his supercilious brow and curled lip, looks as if in his heart he despised the rabble he beslavers; yet 4is not all pride—but in part ..."

3. The Colonial Laws of New York from the Year 1664 to the Revolution by New York (State)., Charles Zebina Lincoln, William H. Johnson, Ansel Judd Northrup (1894)
"... said Broadway and from the North End of the Broadway to continue and run a Line as the Said Street run* untill it €011 es directly opposite to beslavers ..."

4. The Return from Parnassus: Or, The Scourge of Simony by William Henry Oliphant Smeaton (1905)
"... that beslavers all the paper he comes by, and furnishes the Chandlers with waste papers to wrap candles in ; but as for me ..."

5. A Gallery of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1845)
"constrictor, he rolls himself slowly round his prey; first covers it from head to foot; administers then a fearful warmth; then beslavers it with portentous ..."

6. A Gallery of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1845)
"constrictor, he rolls himself slowly round his prey; first covers it from head to foot; administers then a fearful warmth; then beslavers it with portentous ..."

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