Definition of bespeak
Examples of bespeak in a Sentence
Her newest album bespeaks a great talent for writing songs.
bespoke the rental car weeks in advance of their trip
Recent Examples of bespeak from the Web
Though music news websites report of dissent among the band members, on Friday the perfection of their musicianship bespoke decades of collaboration.
Second Circuit: Which bespeaks an elevated risk of recidivism that, among other things, justifies his life sentence without possibility of parole.
No, that all bespoke an animus deeper than politics.
At first blush, the sophisticated renderings bespeak a modernist, campus-like setting, embroidered with meandering gardens, plazas, and stone and glass low-rise buildings.
Singular Extreme Actions — is a good example, a compilation of works from her repertory that debuted last spring and features reimagined uses of Ms. Streb’s bespoke machines.
His record bespeaks intellect and perseverance — although Gorsuch is, nonetheless, remarkably approachable.
The lacuna bespeaks incuriosity about the wife of the great man, which Merz was at no pains to correct.
But a gay, black, male pop star is treated like an oracle, despite nothing in his discography bespeaking the oracular.
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BESPEAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bespeak for English Language Learners
: to be evidence of (something) : to be a sign of (something)
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