1. make soiled, filthy, or dirty
    don't soil your clothes when you play outside!
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How To Use bemire In A Sentence

  • I am glad to see you, my dear children; you are very hungry and weary; and my poor Peter, thou art horribly bemired; come in and let me clean thee.
  • In like manner, were an adult to bemire himself in crossing a ditch, instead of making use of the stepping-stones placed there for the purpose; or if he were to stand till he were drenched with a thunder-shower, instead of taking shelter for the time in the neighbouring shed, we would not say that it was "unreasonable," but that it was "contrary to common sense. A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education
  • I stood on the bemired beach with Dianna on the first month anniversary of her unconsummated marriage.
  • His clothes were somewhat torn and much bemired.
  • A poor creature is bemired; and the more he plungeth, the faster he sticks. The Sermons of John Owen
  • In their intense concentration, they neither move nor whimper while their brown fur, wet and bemired with hunting, appears all of one color with the earth like two animate objects formed from the flinty Pennsylvania soil.
  • I saw your horse bemired, and put him from his agony.
  • When we reached the bemired bank of Lake Lanier, a bullfrog choir heralded our arrival. A Kettle of Vultures
  • Gorge, that did be on her, and had made her garment utter wet and bemired, so that she did feel that her very body was a repulse unto her. The Night Land
  • W. W.rdsworth is such a lazy fellow, that I bemire myself by making promises for him: the moment I received your letter, I wrote to him. Biographia Epistolaris, Volume 1.
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