Here all looked peaceful, and bespoke comfort and contentedness.
The unaccustomed action was significant; it bespoke a passionate loyalty.
But his figure was no longer that which bespoke the magician, and which Edwin had already seen.
It opens so abruptly and oddly, that attention is bespoke from the first line.
It was an English family had arrived that morning who bespoke them.
This bespoke insight and self-knowledge, by which he surpassed Colet.
Of the three only the clergyman had a name which bespoke Anglo-Saxon ancestry.
“Here it ends then,” said he, one day at the council-table, rising as bespoke.
They flexed their compelling muscles before her and bespoke her for the dance.
John bespoke the needs of the community by which Oyler was surrounded.