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- (transitive, intransitive, reflexive, archaic) To sleep; have a sleep; sleep with.
1859, George Gilfillan, The poets and poetry of the Bible:
- Others are going about our streets, like well-meaning but beslept watchmen, calling the hours of midnight, while the morning is paling their lanterns.
1926, Blanche Colton Williams, Best American stories:
- He still beslept himself as we passed; he being a slumbersome person.
1973, Georg Peter Landmann, Stefan George in fremden Sprachen:
- He knows the last but whom the god beslept.