verb[with object] archaic
2Invoke evil upon; curse; blame for a misfortune.
- And she beshrewed herself for so unkindly judging of his unkindness.
- Beshrew her heart, what a fright she put me to!
- "Beshrew the old fool!" muttered Sir William Howe, growing impatient of her obstinacy, and ashamed of the emotion into which he had been betrayed.
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