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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of beslubber.

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Examples

  • My faithful valet, who had set up all night in the utmost uneasiness on my account, let me in with his face beslubbered with tears, and followed me to my chamber, where he stood silent like a condemned criminal, in expectation of hearing that every shilling was spent, I guessed the situation of his thoughts, and, assuming a sullen look, bade him fetch me some water to wash.

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • In due time he was dragged across, half strangled, and dreadfully beslubbered by the feculent waters.

    Fantastic Fables

  • My faithful valet, who had set up all night in the utmost uneasiness on my account, let me in with his face beslubbered with tears, and followed me to my chamber, where he stood silent like a condemned criminal, in expectation of hearing that every shilling was spent,

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

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