verb (used with object), be·sprin·kled, be·sprin·kling.
Examples from the Web for besprinkle
Already had the snow begun to besprinkle the sky, and the branches of the trees were covered with rime like rabbit-skin.Devil Stories|Various
It would be a public service to besprinkle the path with sand.Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer|George Sturt (AKA George Bourne)
Scarcely could I hope, however, with the numberless islands which besprinkle that ocean, she could drive clear of them all.Antony Waymouth|W.H.G. Kingston
It is quite unlike the blossoms which besprinkle other rugs.The Oriental Rug|William D. Ellwanger
Great amateurs are both sexes of tinsel and perfumery, and they besprinkle themselves with all kinds of essences.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin