Definition of Bedrenching

1. bedrench [v] - See also: bedrench



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bedrenching

bedraggling
bedrail
bedrails
bedral
bedrals
bedrape
bedraped
bedrapes
bedraping
bedraw
bedream
bedrel
bedrench
bedrenched
bedrenches
bedrenching (current term)
bedrest
bedribble
bedribbled
bedribbles
bedribbling
bedrid
bedridden
bedriddenness
bedright
bedrights
bedrip
bedrite
bedrive
bedrivel

Literary usage of Bedrenching

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1. Primitive & Mediaeval Japanese Texts by Frederick Victor Dickins (1906)
"... and trick- crowd trembling round me, and sad their lamentation as spring-birds plaining, their shining sleeves the tears of grief bedrenching as their ..."

2. Appreciations, with an Essay on Style by Walter Pater (1895)
"waking, according to Richard, " Our peace, which in our country's cradle, Draws the sweet infant breath of gentle sleep :"— bedrenching " with crimson ..."

3. Webster's High School Dictionary: A Dictionary of the English Language by Noah Webster (1892)
"... bedrenching.] To drench ; to soak ; to saturate. Be-dwarf' (be-dwarf'), vt To make a dwarf of ; to stunt. ..."

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