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Meanings of Besets:

verb

(of a problem or difficulty) trouble (someone or something) persistently.

Usage examples:

The social problems that beset the uk

Meanings of Besetting:

verb

(of a problem or difficulty) trouble (someone or something) persistently.

Usage examples:

The social problems that beset the uk

Meanings of Beside:

preposition

At the side of; next to.

Usage examples:

He sat beside me in the front seat

Meanings of Beside-oneself:

idiom

If you are beside yourself with a particular feeling or emotion, it is so strong that it makes you almost out of control

Usage examples:

He was beside himself with grief when she died.

Meanings of Beside-the-point:

idiom

Not important

Usage examples:

The exact cost is beside the point – what’s important is that we get the job done.

Meanings of Besides:

preposition

In addition to; apart from.

Usage examples:

I have no other family besides my parents
adverb

In addition; as well.

Usage examples:

I'm capable of doing the work, and a lot more besides

Meanings of Besiege:

verb

Surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.

Usage examples:

The king marched north to besiege berwick

Meanings of Besieged:

adjective

(of a place) surrounded by armed forces aiming to capture it or force surrender.

Usage examples:

The besieged city
verb

Surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.

Usage examples:

The king marched north to besiege berwick

Meanings of Besiegement:

noun

Aggressive pressure or intimidation.

Usage examples:

The policy of political besiegement

Meanings of Besieges:

verb

Surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.

Usage examples:

The king marched north to besiege berwick

Meanings of Besieging:

verb

Surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.

Usage examples:

The king marched north to besiege berwick

Meanings of Besmear:

verb

Smear or cover with a greasy or sticky substance.

Usage examples:

A shirt hideously besmeared with the blood of the victim

Meanings of Besmeared:

verb

Smear or cover with a greasy or sticky substance.

Usage examples:

A shirt hideously besmeared with the blood of the victim

Meanings of Besmearing:

verb

Smear or cover with a greasy or sticky substance.

Usage examples:

A shirt hideously besmeared with the blood of the victim

Meanings of Besmears:

verb

Smear or cover with a greasy or sticky substance.

Usage examples:

A shirt hideously besmeared with the blood of the victim

Meanings of Besmirch:

verb

Damage (someone's reputation).

Usage examples:

He had besmirched the good name of his family

Meanings of Besmirched:

verb

Damage (someone's reputation).

Usage examples:

He had besmirched the good name of his family

Meanings of Besmirches:

verb

Damage (someone's reputation).

Usage examples:

He had besmirched the good name of his family

Meanings of Besmirching:

verb

Damage (someone's reputation).

Usage examples:

He had besmirched the good name of his family

Meanings of Besom:

noun

A broom made of twigs tied round a stick.

Usage examples:

Players have brooms, known as besoms, to sweep the ice clear of snow or debris so that nothing slow…

Meanings of Besoms:

noun

A broom made of twigs tied round a stick.

Usage examples:

Players have brooms, known as besoms, to sweep the ice clear of snow or debris so that nothing slow…

Meanings of Besotted:

adjective

Strongly infatuated.

Usage examples:

He became besotted with a local barmaid

Meanings of Besought:

verb

Ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore; entreat.

Usage examples:

They beseeched him to stay

Meanings of Bespangle:

verb

Cover or adorn with something that glitters or sparkles.

Usage examples:

A small cell all bejewelled and bespangled with flashy ornamentation

Meanings of Bespangled:

verb

Cover or adorn with something that glitters or sparkles.

Usage examples:

A small cell all bejewelled and bespangled with flashy ornamentation

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