Betide

Be*tide"

, v. i. To come to pass; to happen; to occur.
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A salve for any sore that may betide.
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Shakespeare has used it with of. "What would betide of me ?"
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Be*time"

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Be*times"

(), } adv. [Pref. be- (for by) + time; that is, by the proper time. The -s is an adverbial ending.] 1. In good season or time; before it is late; seasonably; early.
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To measure life learn thou betimes.
Milton.
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To rise betimes is often harder than to do all the day's work.
Barrow.
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2. In a short time; soon; speedily; forth with.
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He tires betimes that spurs too fast betimes.
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