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Meanings of Beetled:

verb

Make one's way hurriedly.

Usage examples:

The tourist beetled off
noun

An insect of a large order distinguished by having forewings that are typically modified into hard wing cases (elytra), which cover and protect the hindwings and abdomen.

Usage examples:

Among all the insects only beetles have these specialized fore-wings.
adjective

(of a person's eyebrows) shaggy and projecting.

Usage examples:

Thick beetle brows

Meanings of Beetles:

noun

An insect of a large order distinguished by having forewings that are typically modified into hard wing cases (elytra), which cover and protect the hindwings and abdomen.

Usage examples:

Among all the insects only beetles have these specialized fore-wings.
verb

Make one's way hurriedly.

Usage examples:

The tourist beetled off
adjective

(of a person's eyebrows) shaggy and projecting.

Usage examples:

Thick beetle brows

Meanings of Beetling:

adjective

(of a rock or a person's eyebrows) prominent or overhanging.

Usage examples:

Piercing eyes glittered beneath a great beetling brow
verb

Make one's way hurriedly.

Usage examples:

The tourist beetled off

Meanings of Beetroot:

noun

The edible dark red spherical root of a kind of beet, eaten as a vegetable.

Usage examples:

On the living room table are three huge salad bowls and onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, sesame seeds…

Meanings of Beetroots:

noun

The edible dark red spherical root of a kind of beet, eaten as a vegetable.

Usage examples:

On the living room table are three huge salad bowls and onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, sesame seeds…

Meanings of Beetrooty:

noun

The edible dark red spherical root of a kind of beet, eaten as a vegetable.

Usage examples:

On the living room table are three huge salad bowls and onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, sesame seeds…

Meanings of Beets:

noun

A herbaceous plant widely cultivated as a source of food for humans and livestock, and for processing into sugar. some varieties are grown for their leaves and some for their large nutritious root.

Meanings of Beeves:

noun

The flesh of a cow, bull, or ox, used as food.

Usage examples:

There was the smell of roast beef

Meanings of Beewort:

noun

Originally: any of several plants attractive to bees, specifically balm, melissa officinalis (now historical). in later use: the plant sweet flag, acorus calamus.

Meanings of Beezer:

adjective

Excellent.

Usage examples:

A beezer time was had by all

Meanings of Bef:

abbreviation

British expeditionary force.

Meanings of Befall:

verb

(especially of something bad) happen to (someone).

Usage examples:

A tragedy befell his daughter

Meanings of Befallen:

verb

(especially of something bad) happen to (someone).

Usage examples:

A tragedy befell his daughter

Past participle of befall

Meanings of Befalling:

verb

(especially of something bad) happen to (someone).

Usage examples:

A tragedy befell his daughter

Meanings of Befalls:

verb

(especially of something bad) happen to (someone).

Usage examples:

A tragedy befell his daughter

Meanings of Befell:

verb

(especially of something bad) happen to (someone).

Usage examples:

A tragedy befell his daughter

Past simple of befall

Meanings of Befit:

verb

Be appropriate for; suit.

Usage examples:

As befits a quaker, he was a humane man

Meanings of Befits:

verb

Be appropriate for; suit.

Usage examples:

As befits a quaker, he was a humane man

Meanings of Befitted:

verb

Be appropriate for; suit.

Usage examples:

As befits a quaker, he was a humane man

Past simple and past participle of befit

Meanings of Befitting:

adjective

Appropriate to the occasion.

Usage examples:

A country which can run the prestigious tournament in a befitting manner
verb

Be appropriate for; suit.

Usage examples:

As befits a quaker, he was a humane man

Meanings of Beflowered:

adjective

Covered or decorated with flowers.

Usage examples:

It is a sweet may morning in this beflowered city

Meanings of Befog:

verb

Make confused.

Usage examples:

Her brain was befogged with lack of sleep

Meanings of Befogged:

adjective

Incapable of clear thought; confused.

Usage examples:

A thought swam through my befogged mind
verb

Make confused.

Usage examples:

Her brain was befogged with lack of sleep

Meanings of Befogging:

verb

Make confused.

Usage examples:

Her brain was befogged with lack of sleep

Meanings of Befogs:

verb

Make confused.

Usage examples:

Her brain was befogged with lack of sleep

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