Related to Bescumber: Cacafuego, exhaustive, Descension, pomposity, sulking


v. t.1.To discharge ordure or dung upon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A libel by Demetrius follows that almost quotes Satiromastix: Our Muse is in mind for th'vntrussing a poet, I slip by his name; for most men doe know it: A critick, that all the world bescumbers With satyricall humours, and lyricall numbers: And for the most part, himselfe doth aduance With much selfe-loue, and more arrogance.