verb (used with object), be·thought, be·think·ing.
verb (used without object), be·thought, be·think·ing.
- bethe, hans albrecht,
- bethel park,
- bethesda unit,
- bethlehem sage,
- bethmann hollweg,
- bethmann-hollweg, theobald von
Origin of bethink
Examples from the Web for bethink
And having been admonished to bethink himself and declare the truth, he was remanded to prison.Records of The Spanish Inquisition|Andrew Dickson White
Thee'll may be bethink thee o' some words I spoke, which put thee up at th' time; summut about street-walkers; but oh no!Mary Barton|Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
Bethink you to what you expose yourself by obstinacy; I may no longer be able to protect you when the King returns.The Chaplet of Pearls|Charlotte M. Yonge
"Bethink you also that this world is but the antechamber of the next," said the prelate.Sir Nigel|Arthur Conan Doyle
I bethink me, it is three hours since I saw you go to the palace.A Ladder of Swords|Gilbert Parker