verb (used with object), bemeaned, bemeaning. Archaic.
to make mean; demean; debase (usually used reflexively).

1645–55; be- + mean2 Unabridged
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bemean (bɪˈmiːn)
a less common word for demean

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Example sentences
Be honest with yourself and admit that you can bemean at times yourself, and then be willing to forgive.
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