Jump to navigation Jump to search
- (archaic, transitive, West Country) To surprise, to confound, to befuddle, to put in a distressed state of mind.
- 1996, Ferguson, Jo Ann, Miss Charity's Case (Zebra Regency Romance), →ISBN:
- She would not let a man betwattle her with kisses... again.
- 2007, Kelley, Jocelyn, Lost in Shadow:
- "No, you have tried to betwattle me by making the facts fit your assumption of who killed you and why."
- (archaic, intransitive, West Country) To be in a distressed state of mind.