Correct spelling for BEGANG

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Possible correct spellings for begang

  • Bank(Definition of bank)
  • I will give you an order on our bank.

  • Begun(Definition of Begun)
  • The position that it would put davey in had begun to be a matter of concern to her.

  • Begone(Definition of Begone)
  • I was not minded to afford him more entertainment than i need, and bade him begone before i opened the packet.

  • Begging(Definition of Begging)
  • For it, this wine was vintaged, this hour created, and you yourself, dear gracious, beautiful one, with your delicate infinite charm, and your two begging hands, which really were made for giving."

  • Bang(Definition of bang)
  • Then he flung it open with a bang, threw down his hat and strode upstairs.

  • Begin(Definition of begin)
  • You begin at the beginning and tell me just what you did to him from the time he got here.

  • Begins
  • He begins to walk dreamily round the place at easter.

  • Gang(Definition of gang)
  • Aside from that, i saw a chance to turn up a big story for my paper, for it was my intention to get the goods on the gang and, eventually, hand it over to the police.

  • Belong(Definition of belong)
  • But i guess i belong over here.

  • Began(Definition of Began)
  • Peckover began to think it was all right.

  • Bung(Definition of bung)
  • O'grady had got the bung out of the barrel and filled the five drinking vessels, and the wine was pronounced to be very fair.

  • Bergen
  • It is no use getting away from the spaniards to be cast ashore; and there is no saying in what part of the river we may be at present, though we must certainly be six or seven miles below bergen.

  • Gong(Definition of gong)
  • A gong sounded sharply and a car crossed the street.