beswarm

beswarm

(bɪˈswɔːm)
vb (tr)
to swarm over
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In keeping with the idyll, neither Venus pays much attention to Cupid, perplexed and beswarmed (although he is as choicely blue-winged as an angel by Stefan Lochner and has inherited his mother's slight double-chin) as he shows her the perfidious honeycomb.
Sebastian, whose intricately delineated anatomy is beswarmed with winged arrows; although he remains graceful and insouciant in all the marks of his martyrdom.