Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Obsolete shortened form of betideth. Chaucer.

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Examples

  • German-French for “Madame la Vicomtesse,” and after many ceremonious bows, he drew from his pocket a dilapidated pocketbook, saying: “Che un betit bapier bour fous,” and unfolding as he handed it to her a piece of greasy paper.

    Une Vie

  • German-French for "Madame la Vicomtesse," and after many ceremonious bows, he drew from his pocket a dilapidated pocketbook, saying: "Che un betit bapier bour fous," and unfolding as he handed it to her a piece of greasy paper.

    Une Vie, a Piece of String and Other Stories

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