Definition of Beleed

1. belee [v] - See also: belee



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beleed

beleaguering
beleaguerment
beleaguerments
beleaguers
beleap
beleaped
beleaping
beleaps
beleapt
beleave
belecture
belectured
belectures
belecturing
belee
beleed (current term)
beleeing
belees
beleeve
beleft
beleive
beleived
beleiver
beleives
beleiving
belemnite
belemnites
belemnitic
belemnoid
belendorffite

Literary usage of Beleed

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1. The Manners & Customs of the Modern Egyptians by Edward William Lane (1908)
"... but it is so commonly applied to real or pretended idiots, that some wit has given it a new interpretation, as equivalent to " beleed," which means " a ..."

2. An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians by Edward William Lane (1871)
"... as equivalent to " beleed," which means " a fool" or " simpleton ;" remarking that these two terms are equivalent both in sense and in the numerical ..."

3. Apologia pro vita sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinionsby John Henry Newman by John Henry Newman (1904)
":'.h the hope of Riving some idta of the ti/i. retten from the beleed City. To SB, from PHILIP. Crov 35. 6J. net. CONTESTS :—Why Philip writes these letters ..."

4. A Glossary of Tudor and Stuart Words: Especially from the Dramatists by Walter William Skeat, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1914)
"... in a position in which the wind has little influence ; ' beleed and calmed ', Othello, i. 1. 30. beleek, belike, probably. Peele, Arr. of Paris, iii. ..."

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