bewrite
Verb

bewrite (bewrites, present participle bewriting; past bewrote, past participle bewritten)

  1. (transitive) To write about; describe.
    • 1838, The Yale literary magazine: Volume 3:
      I vow and purpose, here in the presence of " Billy Shakspeare," to bewrite this ill-starred foolscap!!
    • 2011, The history of the Chronoswiss brand can only reach:
      This harvesting bewrites the unhealable Monogrammed Beach Towels of affair and assenting a brew-house.
  2. (transitive) To write to.
    • 1905, Charles Hallam Elton Brookfield, Frances Mary Brookfield, Mrs. Brookfield and her circle: Volume 1:
      After I bewrote thee yesterday Mrs. Neville drove Lady Charlotte, young Bagot (Clerk) and self into Glastonbury.
  3. (transitive) To write; write from; copy.



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