Definition of besmocked
: wearing a smock Swift we flew, with the wind before, and the dust behind, past wayside inns where besmocked figures paused in their grave discussions to turn and watch us by … — Jeffery Farnol, The Broad Highway, 1911 A gay Chanel drinks with her besmocked mannequins at traditional champagne party held after first showing of new fall and winter collection. — Life Magazine, 19 Aug. 1957 Before us are bucolic landscapes, besmocked yokels contentedly reaping and sowing, during a generic once-upon-a-time. — Martin Coomer, Time Out, 6 Feb. 2008
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