bestir

[ bih-stur ]SEE DEFINITION OF bestir

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In order to bestir himself, Pierre began to examine the two rooms.

Our friends must bestir themselves once more, perhaps we may yet turn the scale.

So she began to flutter round her husband, goading him on to bestir himself.

Yet all else will fail unless you bestir yourself in the next three days.

The officers of the first grey regiment began to bestir themselves.

When they were quite out of sight, Phineas began to bestir himself.

Not to stand beside him as the Cricket did, but to busy and bestir themselves.

"It's the only way to get people to bestir themselves," said Lettice complacently.

Every one of you can do as well as he did, if you only bestir yourselves and bring your will to it.

Get up, husband, and bestir yourself, for we must be king of all the land.

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