- (transitive) To cry about; cry over; lament; bemourn.
1909, Harrington Sainsbury, Drugs and the drug habit:
- Wisdom, becried on either hand, will steer very nicely a middle course between these extremes; allowing here, forbidding there.
- 1985, Américo Castro, Willard F. King, Selma Margaretten, The Spaniards: An Introduction to Their History:
- "The Sun becried its death" — it rained during that fiesta celebrated on 4 May [...]
2003, John A. Smith, Little Fish Big Pond:
- It is not in me to becry inequality in this scrying place I have often sought, yet never acknowledged If belief is futile and desire our burden, I shall find it hard to fly again.
2010, Renee Wildes, Lycan Tides:
- “I look around, an' ev'rywhere my eye falls becries ye. Ye're ev'rywhere in this place.”
- (transitive) To accuse.
- (transitive) To bewitch.