To cause (oneself) to reflect on or consider.(verb-transitive)
To remind (oneself); remember.(verb-transitive)
Archaic To meditate; ponder.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "bethink" in a sentence
""But you," I demanded hotly; "you with your orgies of sound and sense, with your mad cities and madder frolics — bethink you that you win?""
"I am not so void of sense; bethink thee, I shall go through this as well, when I lead the maiden from the chamber to the sound of the marriage-hymn; wherefore I chide thee not; but custom will combine with time to make the smart grow less."
"Consider thyself, Hereward, and bethink thee what thou art."