beweep (v.) Old form(s): beweepe
weep over, wet with tears
KL I.iv.299[Lear as if to his eyes] Old fond eyes, / Beweep this cause again
R3 I.iii.327[Richard alone] Clarence ... / I do beweep to many simple gulls
R3 I.iv.247[Clarence to Murderers, of Richard] he bewept my fortune
R3 II.ii.49[Duchess of York to Queen Elizabeth] I have bewept a worthy husband's death
Sonn.29.2[] I all alone beweep my outcast state
Tim V.i.156[Timon to First and Second Senators, of their offer] I'll beweep these comforts
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