Bezaleel

[bih-zal-ee-uh l]
Related formsBe·zal·e·el·i·an [bih-zal-ee-el-ee-uh n, bez-uh-lee-lee-] /bɪˌzæl iˈɛl i ən, ˌbɛz əˈli li-/, adjective
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Examples from the Web for bezaleel

Historical Examples of bezaleel

  • A feller gets a good apprenticeship with Bezaleel Baggs, I tell you.

    Fighting the Sea

    Edward A. Rand

  • Every one of these is a doctrine or a discipline engraven in the wood by some Bezaleel or Aholiab of early Christian days.

  • Aunt Lydia, the evening of this call by Bezaleel Baggs, had a remark to make to her husband.

    Fighting the Sea

    Edward A. Rand

  • The desired document was that promise to pay Bezaleel Baggs five hundred dollars, which Walter had noticed.

    Fighting the Sea

    Edward A. Rand

  • Walter thought of the day when he saw Bezaleel Baggs on the shore looking off toward the Chair.

    Fighting the Sea

    Edward A. Rand