besatcheled

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From be- +‎ satchel +‎ -ed.

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Adjective[edit]

besatcheled (not comparable)

  1. (rare) Carrying or equipped with a satchel.
    • 1807: Oliver Oldschool, Esq., The Port Folio, volume IV, page 38 (Smith & Maxwell)
      This is not the incoherent rant, the waking dream of a schoolboy. No, it is the true and genuine sublime. Imagination cannot add a circumstance to heighten the grandeur, surprise, and horrour of the picture. The fracas, or hurry and tumult of the action in the foreground, the solemnity at a distance; Jupiter attacking the Greek fleets with fire and sword; the able captains mounted on artillery, scattering defeat and dismay : and, lastly, the poor discomfited pigmies, with Thrale’s besatcheled widow at their head, flying, lying, dying !