bespeak

[v] - be a signal for or a symptom of
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Bespeak

Be·speak' transitive verb [ imperfect Bespoke Bespake (Archaic); past participle Bespoke , Bespoken ; present participle & verbal noun Bespeaking .] [ Middle English bispeken , Angl...
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Bespeak

Be·speak' intransitive verb To speak. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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Bespeak

Be·speak' noun A bespeaking. Among actors, a benefit (when a particular play is bespoken.) 'The night of her bespeak .' Dickens.
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bespeak

verb express the need or desire for; ask for; `She requested an extra bed in her room`; `She called for room service`
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Bespeak

• (n.) A bespeaking. Among actors, a benefit (when a particular play is bespoken.) • (v. t.) To show beforehand; to foretell; to indicate. • (v. t.) To betoken; to show; to indicate by external marks or appearances. • (v. t.) To speak to; to address. • (v. t.) To speak or arrange for beforehand; to order or engage against a...
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