Belast vs Becast - What's the difference?

belast | becast |


As verbs the difference between belast and becast

is that belast is to burden; charge; make bound while becast is (obsolete) to cover or surround by casting (something) about.

belast

English

Verb

(en verb)
  • To burden; charge; make bound.
  • *1892 , Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, John Dovaston, Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard (bart.), The manuscripts of Rye and Hereford corporations :
  • By theis presidentes let the posterity (for whome I record this) beware they never attempt to build them a pere with rockes only, without a mighty frame of tymber to be seled, and then belasted with rockes; [...]
  • *2009 , Georg Schmid, The narrative of the Occident: an essay on its present state :
  • [...] designers, etc., etc. were there to stay, no matter that they had been implicated in one way or another, were belasted , as the German language has it.
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    becast

    English

    Verb

  • (obsolete) To cover or surround by casting (something) about.
  • (obsolete) To cast about; plan; plot; contrive.