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Meanings of Bespangles:

verb

Cover or adorn with something that glitters or sparkles.

Usage examples:

A small cell all bejewelled and bespangled with flashy ornamentation

Meanings of Bespangling:

verb

Cover or adorn with something that glitters or sparkles.

Usage examples:

A small cell all bejewelled and bespangled with flashy ornamentation

Meanings of Bespatter:

verb

Splash drops of a liquid substance all over (an object).

Usage examples:

His elegant shoes and trousers were bespattered with mud

Meanings of Bespattered:

verb

Splash drops of a liquid substance all over (an object).

Usage examples:

His elegant shoes and trousers were bespattered with mud
adjective

Covered with spots of liquid

Usage examples:

His coat was bespattered with mud.

Meanings of Bespattering:

verb

Splash drops of a liquid substance all over (an object).

Usage examples:

His elegant shoes and trousers were bespattered with mud

Meanings of Bespatters:

verb

Splash drops of a liquid substance all over (an object).

Usage examples:

His elegant shoes and trousers were bespattered with mud

Meanings of Bespeak:

verb

Be evidence of; indicate.

Usage examples:

The attractive tree-lined road bespoke money

Meanings of Bespeaking:

verb

Be evidence of; indicate.

Usage examples:

The attractive tree-lined road bespoke money

Meanings of Bespeaks:

verb

Be evidence of; indicate.

Usage examples:

The attractive tree-lined road bespoke money

Meanings of Bespeckle:

verb

Mark or cover with a large number of small spots or patches of colour.

Usage examples:

The designer whose trademark is to bespeckle his dresses with diamonds

Meanings of Bespeckled:

verb

Mark or cover with a large number of small spots or patches of colour.

Usage examples:

The designer whose trademark is to bespeckle his dresses with diamonds

Bespectacled

bɪˈspek.tə.kəld

Meanings of Bespectacled:

adjective

Wearing glasses.

Usage examples:

A bespectacled, studious youth

Meanings of Bespoke:

adjective

Made for a particular customer or user.

Usage examples:

A bespoke suit
verb

Be evidence of; indicate.

Usage examples:

The attractive tree-lined road bespoke money

Meanings of Bespoken:

verb

Be evidence of; indicate.

Usage examples:

The attractive tree-lined road bespoke money

Meanings of Besprinkle:

verb

Sprinkle all over with small drops or amounts of a substance.

Usage examples:

He saw his master besprinkled with blood

Meanings of Besprinkled:

verb

Sprinkle all over with small drops or amounts of a substance.

Usage examples:

He saw his master besprinkled with blood

Meanings of Besprinkles:

verb

Sprinkle all over with small drops or amounts of a substance.

Usage examples:

He saw his master besprinkled with blood

Meanings of Besprinkling:

verb

Sprinkle all over with small drops or amounts of a substance.

Usage examples:

He saw his master besprinkled with blood

Meanings of Bess:

adjective

Excellent, marvellous, great; (of food) very enjoyable, delicious; (of a person) very attractive.

Meanings of Bessarabian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the former european region of bessarabia or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

A bulgarian of bessarabian descent
noun

A native or inhabitant of the former european region of bessarabia.

Usage examples:

He was a bessarabian of noble birth

Meanings of Bessie:

adjective

Denoting a person's best or closest friend.

Usage examples:

We're practically bezzie mates
noun

A person's best or closest friend.

Usage examples:

She and nadine used to be bezzies and even shared a flat

Meanings of Best:

adjective

Of the most excellent or desirable type or quality.

Usage examples:

The best midfielder in the country
adverb

To the highest degree; most (used with verbs suggesting a desirable action or state or a successful outcome).

Usage examples:

They named the pictures they liked best
noun

That which is the most excellent, outstanding, or desirable.

Usage examples:

Buy the best you can afford
verb

Outwit or get the better of (someone).

Usage examples:

She refused to allow herself to be bested

Meanings of Best of all:

idiom

Especially fortunate

phrase

This is the most pleasing thing

Usage examples:

There was wonderful food, good company, and, best of all, a jazz band., this flashlight is extremel…

Meanings of Best-bib-and-tucker:

idiom

Your best clothes that you wear on special occasions

Meanings of Best-days:

idiom

The most pleasant time you will ever have

Usage examples:

Adults like to tell children that their schooldays are the happiest days of their life.

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