That room is bespoken.
A mansion that bespeaks wealth.
Her talent bespeaks success.
Origin of bespeak
- Middle English bispeken to speak out from Old English besprecan to speak about
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English bespeken, bispeken, from Old English *bespecan, besprecan (“to speak about, speak against, accuse of, claim at law, complain”), from Proto-Germanic *bisprekaną (“to discuss, blame”), equivalent to be- + speak. Cognate with Scots bespeke (“to beseech, speak or negotiate with”), West Frisian besprekke (“to discuss”), Dutch bespreken (“to discuss, review, debate”), German besprechen (“to discuss, review, talk about”).