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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of besnow.

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Examples

  • For all the beautiful Glen Doone (shaped from out the mountains, as if on purpose for the Doones, and looking in the summer-time like a sharp cut vase of green) now was besnowed half up the sides, and at either end so, that it was more like the white basins wherein we boil plum-puddings.

    Lorna Doone

  • An octogenarian as he recrossed the brine, he showed locks besnowed as its foam.

    Israel Potter

  • Now, it in a stage-coach in the depth of winter, when three passengers are warm and snug, a fourth, all besnowed and frozen, descends from the outside and takes place amongst them, straightway all the three passengers shift their places, uneasily pull up their cloak collars, re - arrange their "comforters," feel indignantly a sensible loss of caloric: the intruder has at least made a sensation.

    The Caxtons — Volume 09

  • Now, it in a stage-coach in the depth of winter, when three passengers are warm and snug, a fourth, all besnowed and frozen, descends from the outside and takes place amongst them, straightway all the three passengers shift their places, uneasily pull up their cloak collars, re-arrange their "comforters," feel indignantly a sensible loss of caloric: the intruder has at least made a sensation.

    The Caxtons — Complete

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