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Meanings of Bejewel:

verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations

Meanings of Bejeweled:

verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations
adjective

Adorned with jewels.

Usage examples:

A wave of his bejewelled hand

Meanings of Bejeweling:

verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations

Meanings of Bejewelled:

adjective

Adorned with jewels.

Usage examples:

A wave of his bejewelled hand
verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations

Meanings of Bejewelling:

verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations

Meanings of Bejewels:

verb

Cover or adorn with jewels.

Usage examples:

In the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations

Meanings of Bel:

noun

A unit used in the comparison of power levels in electrical communication or of intensities of sound, corresponding to an intensity ratio of 10 to 1.

Usage examples:

The drives are rated at under 2.5 bels of acoustic power, the same level of acoustic noise produced…

Meanings of Belabor:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belabored:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belaboring:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belabors:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belabour:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belaboured:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belabouring:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belabours:

verb

Attack (someone) physically or verbally.

Usage examples:

Bernard was belabouring jed with his fists

Meanings of Belated:

adjective

Coming or happening later than should have been the case.

Usage examples:

A belated apology

Meanings of Belatedly:

adverb

Later than should have been the case.

Usage examples:

The high command had belatedly altered its tactics

Meanings of Belay:

verb

Fix (a running rope) round a cleat, rock, pin, or other object, to secure it.

Usage examples:

I realised that the sump rope was belayed some 4m from the end of the sump, and so i'd crossed the …
noun

An act of belaying.

Usage examples:

The leader may require belays to tackle more difficult sections

Meanings of Belayed:

verb

Fix (a running rope) round a cleat, rock, pin, or other object, to secure it.

Usage examples:

I realised that the sump rope was belayed some 4m from the end of the sump, and so i'd crossed the …
noun

An act of belaying.

Usage examples:

The leader may require belays to tackle more difficult sections

Meanings of Belaying:

verb

Fix (a running rope) round a cleat, rock, pin, or other object, to secure it.

Usage examples:

I realised that the sump rope was belayed some 4m from the end of the sump, and so i'd crossed the …
noun

An act of belaying.

Usage examples:

The leader may require belays to tackle more difficult sections

Meanings of Belays:

verb

Fix (a running rope) round a cleat, rock, pin, or other object, to secure it.

Usage examples:

I realised that the sump rope was belayed some 4m from the end of the sump, and so i'd crossed the …
noun

An act of belaying.

Usage examples:

The leader may require belays to tackle more difficult sections

Meanings of Belch:

verb

Emit wind noisily from the stomach through the mouth.

Usage examples:

Pardon me for belching
noun

An act of belching.

Usage examples:

He gave a loud belch

Meanings of Belched:

verb

Emit wind noisily from the stomach through the mouth.

Usage examples:

Pardon me for belching
noun

An act of belching.

Usage examples:

He gave a loud belch

Meanings of Belches:

verb

Emit wind noisily from the stomach through the mouth.

Usage examples:

Pardon me for belching
noun

An act of belching.

Usage examples:

He gave a loud belch

Meanings of Belching:

verb

Emit wind noisily from the stomach through the mouth.

Usage examples:

Pardon me for belching
noun

An act of belching.

Usage examples:

He gave a loud belch

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