Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of beam.
  • adj. Furnished with beams or timbers.
  • adj. Furnished with beams, as the head of a stag.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Furnished with beams, as the head of a stag.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having beams or horns, having all its antlers put forth, as the head of a stag.

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Examples

  • David Mamet beamed from a crowded aisle at Tuesday night 's Broadway opening of his play "A Life in the Theatre," gripping a neatly wrapped box that contained a rattle — a gift he says he planned to give his brother for dating a younger woman.

    Mamet on Growing Up

  • More than anything else this made him feel truly a radio man, not just the voice of radio itself, the very fact of amplification, the human voice lifted miles, beamed from the high ground, a nexus of the opportune.

    Style in Fiction

  • The paradox screams silent from the word beamed across the screen ad-infinitum.

    Red Fox Rampant

  • It wants to be copied from friend to friend, beamed from a Palm device, pasted into a mailing list.

    Boing Boing: November 26, 2006 - December 2, 2006 Archives

  • An unwonted expression of happiness beamed from the fire-lit faces of these prison-clad individuals, drawn together from many parts of the country and from widely-differing walks of life.

    Prisons and Prisoners: Some Personal Experiences

  • A tall black man with a sly expression beamed out at us.

    Vicious Grace

  • But it was to be noted that while she surveyed John Berwick with a careful and noncommittal eye, she regarded Jim with a simple kindness that fairly beamed, which is not insinuating that the chief engineer of the _Sea

    Frontier Boys in Frisco

  • But only one expression beamed on the five sunburnt and shining faces -- a look of unaffected boyish gratification and unrestricted welcome.

    Devil's Ford

  • The inspector faintly squeezed our hands, and a gratified expression beamed upon his face, yet his pain was too great to allow him to reply; and Fred and myself began to consult how we could bring into play the early lessons which we had learned while mining in California, and surrounded by tribes of hostile Indians.

    The Gold Hunters' Adventures Or, Life in Australia

  • A gratified expression beamed upon the inspector's face, and I doubt if he remembered the pain with which he was afflicted, for the murder that he had thus suddenly brought to light was one that had puzzled him for a long time, and a reward of two hundred pounds was due to whoever revealed the mystery.

    The Gold Hunters' Adventures Or, Life in Australia

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