Begrimed vs Besmeared - What's the difference?

begrimed | besmeared | Related terms |

Begrimed is a related term of besmeared.


As verbs the difference between begrimed and besmeared

is that begrimed is (begrime) while besmeared is (besmear).

begrimed

English

Verb

(head)
  • (begrime)

  • begrime

    English

    Verb

    (begrim)
  • To make something dirty; to soil
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  • besmeared

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (besmear)

  • besmear

    English

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To smear over; smear all over; sully.
  • :* {{quote-book
  • , author = (William Stukeley) , title = , year = 1734 , page = 57 , passage = ...carters and coachmen, who make in imitation thereof a composition of grease and tar, with which they besmear the inside of the naves of wheels and the extremitys of the axis upon which they move. }}
  • :* {{quote-news
  • , date=2012-01-26 , first=Mike Allen , last=Jim Vandehei , authorlink= , coauthor= , title=Drudge, conservative media criticize Newt Gingrich , newspaper=Politico , city= , publisher= , quotee= citation , page= , passage=His public record is already besmeared with tawdry divorces,… }}

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