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Related to bespeak: pusillanimously
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'Among the patrons; and the fact is, that Snevellicci has had so many bespeaks in this place, that she wants an attraction.
of bespeak, in a sense of "to speak for, to arrange beforehand," a sense attested in bespeak from 1580s.
14, 1993), dramatically strengthens an important defense in such lawsuits: that prospective financial information accompanied by warnings that properly "bespeak caution" cannot constitute the basis for a fraud claim.