bespeak : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be a signal for or a symptom of
- v express the need or desire for; ask for
- But there are plenty other differences between WoF then and now, some of which are just changes in the game, others of which may bespeak changes in our society itself.
- By any definition, the mustache is supposed to bespeak virility.
- You can browse the beachfront stalls, where the goods bespeak an odd combination of enthusiasms: Buddha statues; Beckham T shirts; stun guns, flick-knives and retractable coshes .
News & Articles
- Veterans cemetery’s unsightly grounds upset some
SAN DIEGO — For more than a century, the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery on Point Loma has been the final resting spot for many of the nation’s military veterans. The lush and well-tended grounds bespeak the honor and respect that …
June 23, 2013 - FOX 5 San Diego
- William Rehnquist in Bloomberg
Writing for the four, Rehnquist said displays of the commandments around the country "bespeak the rich American tradition of religious acknowledgements."
- Emperor Jahangir in TopNews
Hotel business has almost come to a halt after the blast. Earlier, they were overbooked for Iftar dinners, but now few people are visiting and their faces bespeak fear for life,Jahangir Kalaam, the manager of a hotel in Blue Area, said.
- Werner Herzog in Telegraph.co.uk
It does not bespeak great wisdom to call the film The [sic] Bad Lieutenant,says Herzog in his typically disarming manner, "and I only agreed to make the film after William (Billy) Finkelstein, the screenwriter, who had seen a film of the...