verb (used with object) Archaic.
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Origin of bewray
OTHER WORDS FROM bewraybe·wray·er, nounun·be·wrayed, adjective
Words nearby bewray
Example sentences from the Web for bewray
O what an evaporation wherewith to bewray the masks or mufflers of young mangy queans.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
Well served eleven day by day, To folly the twelfth did me bewray.Poems by the Way|William Morris
Heu quam difficile est crimen non prodere vultu; How hard is it not to bewray a mans fault by his forhead.
Smollett and Carlyle then walked home through secluded streets, and were silent, lest their speech should bewray them for Scots.Adventures among Books|Andrew Lang
Oft she turned her eyes on Gunnlaug, thereby proving the saw, "Eyes will bewray if maid love man."