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  • v. To cover with flowers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To besprinkle or scatter over with, or as with, flowers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To cover or besprinkle with flowers.


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  • Avenue de l'Opéra -- "Beflower yourselves, gentlemen and ladies, beflower yourselves!"

    The Chink in the Armour

  • CDce both here and hereafter, he cannot be a competent judge» even of what may be the complexion of the remainder of his life here from that which it bears at prefent: and if moreover the fum of hia prefent mifery arife (as it too often does) from his own mifcondudtt then there is a great degree of rafhnefs and preAimption in flying to ielf-m order in a moment of defpair; then does he expedl in vain the rewards of fubmifiion and obedience, when he hadily returns the Sift of life into the hands of the beflower, which by his own abafe e has converted into a carfe inftead of a blefling.

    The Monthly Review


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