Top Definition
gerund or present participle: beelering
appearing overly excited about an event, when knowing in your heart of hearts you will not attend.
to publicly make claim that commitment will ensue, while privately knowing otherwise
applying false commitment, such as in the case of verbally committing to a business arrangement, but failing to sign a contract
"My prospect told me he would sign, then backed out. He was absolutely beelering on this deal."
by alexcookxu February 13, 2015
A good yet mischievious little boy. Usually commical. I had heard this term from different families growing up in Green Bay. Wisconsin.
At age of six or so, Dennis the mennace would be considered a beeler.
by dawgrit November 09, 2013
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