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Meanings of Beginner:

noun

A person just starting to learn a skill or take part in an activity.

Usage examples:

A beginner's guide

Meanings of Beginners:

noun

A person just starting to learn a skill or take part in an activity.

Usage examples:

A beginner's guide

Meanings of Beginning:

noun

The point in time or space at which something begins.

Usage examples:

He left at the beginning of february
verb

Perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity).

Usage examples:

Peter had just begun a life sentence for murder

Meanings of Beginnings:

noun

The point in time or space at which something begins.

Usage examples:

He left at the beginning of february

Meanings of Begins:

verb

Perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity).

Usage examples:

Peter had just begun a life sentence for murder

Meanings of Begob:

exclamation

Expressing amazement or emphasis.

Usage examples:

So begob, i started off and the man started after me, and just when i came behind our own house the…

Meanings of Begone:

exclamation

Go away (as an expression of annoyance).

Usage examples:

Begone from my sight!

Meanings of Begonia:

noun

A herbaceous plant of warm climates, the flowers of which have brightly coloured sepals but no petals. numerous cultivars are grown for their flowers or striking foliage.

Usage examples:

Together with gladioli, lilies and begonias, the dahlias are one of the most important and popular …

Meanings of Begonias:

noun

A herbaceous plant of warm climates, the flowers of which have brightly coloured sepals but no petals. numerous cultivars are grown for their flowers or striking foliage.

Usage examples:

Together with gladioli, lilies and begonias, the dahlias are one of the most important and popular …

Meanings of Begorra:

exclamation

An exclamation of surprise traditionally attributed to the irish.

Usage examples:

Well begod and begorra, sure i'd love to buy that chap tom reeves a pint.

Meanings of Begorrah:

exclamation

An expression of surprise or emphasis, sometimes used to suggest that someone sounds irish

Usage examples:

"begorra!" he said. "i'll call you back!", people are just jealous, begorrah.

Meanings of Begot:

verb

(especially of a man) bring (a child) into existence by the process of reproduction.

Usage examples:

They hoped that the king might beget an heir by his new queen

Meanings of Begotten:

verb

(especially of a man) bring (a child) into existence by the process of reproduction.

Usage examples:

They hoped that the king might beget an heir by his new queen

Meanings of Begrime:

verb

Blacken with ingrained dirt.

Usage examples:

The smoke of industry begrimes buildings

Meanings of Begrimed:

adjective

Blackened with ingrained dirt.

Usage examples:

They stand in front of begrimed windows
verb

Blacken with ingrained dirt.

Usage examples:

The smoke of industry begrimes buildings

Meanings of Begrimes:

verb

Blacken with ingrained dirt.

Usage examples:

The smoke of industry begrimes buildings

Meanings of Begriming:

verb

Blacken with ingrained dirt.

Usage examples:

The smoke of industry begrimes buildings

Meanings of Begrudge:

verb

Envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something).

Usage examples:

She begrudged martin his affluence

Meanings of Begrudged:

verb

Envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something).

Usage examples:

She begrudged martin his affluence

Meanings of Begrudger:

noun

A person who tends to complain, especially about trivial or petty matters.

Usage examples:

A curmudgeonly old begrudger who resents all change

Meanings of Begrudges:

verb

Envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something).

Usage examples:

She begrudged martin his affluence

Meanings of Begrudging:

verb

Envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something).

Usage examples:

She begrudged martin his affluence
adjective

Given reluctantly or resentfully.

Usage examples:

Begrudging admiration from a rival

Meanings of Begrudgingly:

adverb

Reluctantly or resentfully.

Usage examples:

He somewhat begrudgingly accepted a reduced role for the better of the team

Meanings of Begs:

verb

Ask someone earnestly or humbly for something.

Usage examples:

He begged his fellow passengers for help

Meanings of Beguile:

verb

Charm or enchant (someone), often in a deceptive way.

Usage examples:

He beguiled the voters with his good looks

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