from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make quiet or still; calm; pacify.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To make still.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make quiet or still.
- [In the following passage uncertain:
- This is the reading of the folios; the quartos and modern editions read distilled.]
You've put this so well while using Pop Culture references - bestill my heart! that I wanted to stumble this and lo and behold my damned IT dept has uninstalled my tool bar - gasp!
Could be a liver thing as he used to bestill is? a heavy drinker.
Not because I'm so in love with the Twilight Saga, that it would bestill my unfortunately beating heart to see it on screen as long as possible,
To close today, at 18: 00 GMT we have none other than Russell Brand (bestill the thumping hearts and heaving bosoms of many a lass in the SHOWstudio. com and i-D offices), but that's not to say we're slouching in-between, with Panos Yiapanis all scheduled this afternoon.
Oh, bestill my heart - that half of moment is mom slays me.
You’ve put this so well (while using Pop Culture references – bestill my heart!) that I wanted to stumble this and lo and behold my damned IT dept has uninstalled my tool bar – gasp!
1968 "Funny Girl," bestill my heart, starring Barbra Streisand.
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