Bespawled vs Beshawled - What's the difference?
As a verb bespawled
As an adjective beshawled is
wearing a shawl.
To daub, soil, or make foul with spawl or spittle.
* 1885 , United States Congress, Congressional edition :
- [...] as workwomen could use the respirators only by turns, and besides they had an aversion to apply to their mouths an object which was bespawled by others, [...]
Wearing a shawl.
* 1890 , Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Sign of Four , Blackett
- In front a continuous stream of hansoms and four-wheelers were rattling up, discharging their cargoes of shirt-fronted men and beshawled , bediamonded women.