from The Century Dictionary.
- To bathe; foment.
- To heat (unseasoned wood) for the purpose of straightening (it).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To bathe; also, to dry or heat, as unseasoned wood.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive, dialectal To
bathe(with warm liquid); foment.
- verb transitive To
dryor heat(unseasoned) woodfor the purpose of straightening it.
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I thibk this is one movie I'll not await with baited beath.
They're intolerant and wrong. but you have them in Judaism too, look what the ultra orhodox are doing in israel, a minority, but they attack the hiloni Isralei's jews. beath the women, even set fire to their houses. so you will get extremists in all religions.
_To beath_ is to heat unseasoned wood to harden and straighten it.
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Shuler wasn't going to beath Burr because he wasn't going to win the Dem nomination anyway.
I personally hunted and killed this savage beast of the vegetable kingdom, and held it down and throttled the last beath out of its throat with my own bare hands.