Behest

• (v. t.) To vow. • (n.) A vow; a promise. • (n.) That which is willed or ordered; a command; a mandate; an injunction.
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behest

noun an authoritative command or request
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Behest

Be·hest' noun [ Middle English biheste promise, command, Anglo-Saxon behǣs promise; prefix be- + hǣs command. See Hest , Hight .] 1. That which is willed or ordered; a command; a mandate; an injunction. « To do his master's high ...
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Behest

Be·hest' transitive verb To vow. [ Obsolete] Paston.
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behest

an authoritative command or request
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behest

[n] - an authoritative command or request
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