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  1. (obsolete) simple past tense and past participle of beware
    • 1854, John Dryden, Robert Bell (ed.), The Cock and the Fox in The Poetical Works, page 61
      But idiots only may be cozened twice:
      Once warned is well bewared; [...]
    • 1868, Charles R. Sumner (trans.), John Milton, Accedence Commenced Grammar in The Prose Works, page 445
      Cavissem, si prævidissem, I had bewared if I had foreseen.
    • 1864, Frank Forester, The Complete Manual for Young Sportsmen, page 77
      Like the proverbial man of one book, the man of one gun is to be bewared.