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besetting constantly attacking, troubling, or preoccupying, as a temptation or sin.
beside next to; at the side of. [3 definitions]
beside oneself in a state of extreme agitation or excitement.
besides moreover. [4 definitions]
beside the point not relevant to the main focus of interest or discussion.
besiege to surround with enemy forces; lay siege to. [2 definitions]
besmear to stain or soil by, or as if by, smearing.
besmirch to tarnish or soil. [2 definitions]
besom a broom, esp. one formed by a bundle of twigs or brush attached to a handle.
be sorry to suffer the consequences.
besot to confuse or make foolish with, or as if with, strong drink (often used reflexively).
besought a past tense and past participle of beseech.
bespangle to cover or decorate with, or as with, spangles.
bespatter to splash and soil with drops or bits of matter; spatter. [2 definitions]
bespeak to arrange for or reserve in advance. [2 definitions]
bespectacled wearing eyeglasses.
be spoiling for (informal) to be eager for.
bespread to spread over or cover (usu. fol. by "with").
besprinkle to sprinkle on all parts or sides.
Bessemer process a process for making steel by blasting hot compressed air through molten pig iron to remove impurities.
best superlative of "good." [11 definitions]