1906, Charles Montagu Doughty, The dawn in Britain:
The remnant, he accounts Dust, base world's dross; even who divinest spirits; Aye, and every lofty work of theirs bebarks, Presumption, still, with his hot carrion breath.
1954, Peter Russell, Nine:
With Morris such lapses are a rare exception, with Doughty fatally common and disastrous, as when certain gentlemen, audibly cavilling at some project, are said to 'bebark' it. Imagine Achilles bebarking a plan of Agamemnon's!