Definition of Beclasped

1. beclasp [v] - See also: beclasp



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beclasped

beckoned
beckoner
beckoners
beckoning
beckonings
beckons
becks
beclad
beclam
beclamor
beclamored
beclamoring
beclamors
beclap
beclasp
beclasped (current term)
beclasping
beclasps
beclaw
beclawed
beclepe
beclip
beclipping
becloak
becloaked
becloaking
becloaks
beclog
beclogged
beclogging

Literary usage of Beclasped

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1. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1891)
"In vestal robes, wine-roses on her breast, She onward sped, when lo, upon her way A sudden light burst, brilliant, till with hands beclasped before her eyes ..."

2. Posthumous Poems of William Motherwell. Now First Collected by William Motherwell (1851)
"But the sea-maidens know of strange men, beclasped in strong plaits of iron : They know of the pale-faced and silent, Who sleep underneath the waves, ..."

3. The Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review (1891)
"In vestal robes, wine-roses on her breast, She onward sped, when lo, upon her way A sudden light burst, brilliant, till with hands beclasped before her eyes ..."

4. The Scottish Annual (1836)
"But the sea-maidens know of strange men, beclasped in strong plaits of iron: They know of the pale-faced and silent, Who sleep underneath the waves, ..."

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