(Be*maul") v. t. To maul or beat severely; to bruise. "In order to bemaul Yorick." Sterne.
(Be*maze) v. t. [OE. bimasen; pref. be- + masen to maze.] To bewilder.
Intellects bemazed in endless doubt.
(Be*mean") v. t. To make mean; to lower. C. Reade.
(Be*meet") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bemet ; p. pr. & vb. n. Bemeeting.] To meet. [Obs.]
Our very loving sister, well bemet.
(Be*mete") v. t. To mete. [Obs.] Shak.
(Be*min"gle) v. t. To mingle; to mix.
(Be*mire") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bemired ; p. pr. & vb. n. Bemiring.] To drag through, encumber
with, or fix in, the mire; to soil by passing through mud or dirt.
Bemired and benighted in the dog.
(Be*mist") v. t. To envelop in mist. [Obs.]
(Be*moan") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bemoaned ; p. pr. & vb. n. Bemoaning.] [OE. bimenen,
AS. bemnan; pref. be- + mnan to moan. See Moan.] To express deep grief for by moaning; to express
sorrow for; to lament; to bewail; to pity or sympathize with.
Implores their pity, and his pain bemoans.
Syn. See Deplore.
(Be*moan"er) n. One who bemoans.
(Be*mock") v. t. To mock; to ridicule.
Bemock the modest moon.
(Be*moil") v. t. [Pref. be- + moil, fr. F. mouiller to wet; but cf. also OE. bimolen to soil, fr.
AS. mal spot: cf. E. mole.] To soil or encumber with mire and dirt. [Obs.] Shak.
(Be"mol) n. [F. bémol, fr. bé &flat + mol soft.] (Mus.) The sign ♭ the same as B flat. [Obs.]
(Be*mon"ster) v. t. To make monstrous or like a monster. [Obs.] Shak.
(Be*mourn") v. t. To mourn over. Wyclif.
(Be*mud"dle) v. t. To muddle; to stupefy or bewilder; to confuse.
(Be*muf"fle) v. t. To cover as with a muffler; to wrap up.
Bemuffled with the externals of religion.
(Be*muse") v. t. To muddle, daze, or partially stupefy, as with liquor.
A parson much bemused in beer.
(Ben Ben" nut`) [Ar. ban, name of the tree.] (Bot.) The seed of one or more species of moringa; as,
oil of ben. See Moringa.