bepilgrimed

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Etymology[edit]

be- +‎ pilgrim +‎ -ed

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bepilgrimed ‎(not comparable)

  1. (humorous, rare) Overrun with pilgrims.
    • 1837, Thomas Carlyle, “Lockhart’s Life of Sir Walter Scott” in The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art XXXIII (May–August 1838), page 71
      Mr. Lockhart thinks there was no literary shrine ever so bepilgrimed, except Ferney in Voltaire’s time, who, however, was not half so accessible.