bedim[ bih-dim ]SEE DEFINITION OF bedim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEDIM
Then her face flushed, and a warm cloud seemed to bedim her eyes.
He cast his eyes on that rider,—but one glance was enough to bedim his eye-sight, if not to scare away his reason.
Here is his sure title to nobility—a title that neither time nor eternity can ever tarnish or bedim.
No men have done more to bedim the reputation of Washington, than Jefferson and Randolph.
A little joy on earth, they think, will not bedim the lustre of a life that is to come—if such there be.
It is sometimes intensive, as in bestir, and converts an adjective into a verb, as in bedim.