Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of beweep.

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Examples

  • Every night I sat beweeping our separation and that which I suffered, since thy departure, of humiliation and ignominy, of abjection and misery.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • World never meet after long parting without beweeping mutual friends they have lost.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Furthermore the King sighted in that hut a lady of exquisite beauty and comeliness sitting in a corner direly distressed: her hands were fast bound with cords, and at her feet a child of two or three years of age lay beweeping his mother's sorry plight.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Then the unhappy despaired of life, and learned to his sorrow that there was no escape for him; so he fell to beweeping with sore weeping the calamity had befallen him; and after a little while he stood up and descended the stairs to see if Allah

    Arabian nights. English

  • Hereupon the voyagers fell to beweeping the loss of their lives and their goods, and the Sultan Habib shed tears which trickled adown his cheeks and exclaimed, "Would Heaven I had died before seeing such torment: indeed this is naught save a matter of marvel."

    Arabian nights. English

  • "Indians" of the New World never meet after long parting without beweeping mutual friends they have lost.

    Arabian nights. English

  • And so you start imagining some other way the conversation might have gone, where I - or some more truthful and therefore more fictional version of me - start beweeping my outcast state, troubling deaf heaven with my bootless cries, hurling blunt yet heavy silverware across the Great Hall toward my foes …

    open source theology - Comments

  • Eleventhly, God of his grace had pierced her heart, it is read that S. Clare for to dispend amorously the time that God had lent her, in especial she was determined that from the hour of mid-day unto evensong time, she would dispend all that time in thinking and beweeping the passion of Jesu Christ, and say prayers and orisons according thereto, after unto the five wounds of the precious body of Jesu Christ, as smitten and pierced to the heart with the dart of the love divine.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 6

  • Every night I sat beweeping our separation and that which I suffered, since thy departure, of humiliation and ignominy, of abjection and misery. "

    Arabian nights. English

  • As soon as King Sankharib heard these words of Nadan, he cried out with a mighty outcry and a violent; then, stepping down from his throne, he sat upon ashes [FN#54] and fell to beweeping and bewailing the loss of Haykar and crying, "Alas, for me and woe worth the day for thee, O Caretaker of my capital and Councillor of my kingdom!

    Arabian nights. English

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