Definition of Bescorched
1. bescorch [v] - See also: bescorch
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Literary usage of Bescorched
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1889)
"Perhaps to-morrow may introduce a succession of calms that shall last a month, during all which time we are to lie here in this bescorched schooner, ..."
2. Sketches of Rulers of India by George Devereux Oswell, William Wilson Hunter (1908)
"We hear in India of the reverence paid to the man who (to quote the words of a Buddhist poet)— bescorched, ..."
3. Sacred Books of the Buddhists by Friedrich Max Müller, Thomas William Rhys Davids, Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys Davids (1899)
"... by the Arahat to a dignity and veneration greater than that allowed by the people to the self-torturer, or even to the man who ^ ,-^* ' bescorched, ..."
4. About Ceylon and Borneo: Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, One to by Walter J. Clutterbuck (1892)
"It also let in a very delightful air to us, literally sun- bescorched from the river that we had left down below. The whole ceiling seemed to be composed of ..."
5. Buddhist India by Thomas William Rhys Davids (1903)
"We hear a good deal in India of the reverence paid to the man who (to quote the words of a Buddhist poet), " bescorched, ..."
6. Early Buddhism by Thomas William Rhys Davids (1908)
"We hear in India of the reverence paid to the man who (to quote the words of a Buddhist poet)— 1 bescorched, ..."
7. The Hindu Law of Impartible Property Including Endowments by Jogendra Chundra Ghose (1908)
"... the Triratna, the Buddha, the Sangha the congregation and the Dharma or the discipline and philosophy of Buddha. No doubt a great monk, "bescorched, ..."