bestead definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to-be of service to; help.
    • to-be of good use to; avail.
    • to include a specific situation or problem; to situation; to put.
    • to set up peril; to beset.
    • To provide; to aid; to benefit; to get.
    • To be of solution to; aid.
    • become useful to; avail.
    • To put in a certain circumstance or condition; to scenario; to place.
    • to set up danger; to beset.
    • To serve; to help; to benefit; to get.
  • adjective:
    • Having already been put; found.
    • laid (in confirmed situation); beset.
    • Disposed mentally; affected.
    • supplied; furnished.
    • Having already been placed; situated.
    • applied (in a given circumstance); beset.
    • Disposed psychologically; impacted.
    • Provided; furnished.
  • verb:
    • to greatly help, assist.
    • To benefit; advantage; offer; avail.
    • To replace; swap.
    • to aid, assist.
    • To benefit; benefit; serve; avail.
    • To substitute for; swap.
  • others:
    • to simply help; help.
    • To profit; advantage; serve; avail.
    • To replace.
    • See bested.
    • to aid; assist.
    • To profit; advantage; offer; avail.
    • To replace.
    • See bested.

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