wearing or adorned with many medals:
a bemedaled general; wearing a bemedaled military blouse.
to soil with mire; dirty or muddy: bemired clothing. to cause (an object or person) to sink in mire: a bemired wagon. verb (transitive) to soil with or as if with mire (usually passive) to stick fast in mud or mire
to express distress or grief over; lament: to bemoan one’s fate. to regard with regret or disapproval. Contemporary Examples They bemoan the fact that poker games are too often delayed because people get up to take smoke breaks. 11 Worst Songs of the Summer of All Time Kevin Fallon June 3, 2013 Not to mention […]
to mock or jeer at (something or someone): to bemock a trusting heart. Historical Examples You bemock the monks who on the piazza dance around the cross. The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky
to muddle or confuse (someone). Historical Examples The more these gentlemen strive to explain and make things clear to me, the more they bemuddle my brains. The ‘Characters’ of Jean de La Bruyre Jean de La Bruyre