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  • beaten Roy can't win the game; we're beaten already."
  • beget Back of him were generations of men like himself, whose main business had been to work hard, live miserably, and beget children to take their places when they died.
  • begetter And I dreamed by the rivulet's wavering side That a myriad ripple of voices replied: Aloft on the mountain, afar on the steep, A voice that we knew cried aloud in our sleep, 'Come, hasten ye down to the vale and to me, Your begetter, destroyer, preserver, the Sea!
  • begotten His lordship did not, therefore, see these two solid pillars of the British constitution walk across the corner of the Korte Voorhout, cigar in lip, in a placid silence begotten, perhaps, of the knowledge that, should an emergency arise, they were of a material that would arise to meet it.
  • beguine The last priest of the Beguine community died in 1977 at the age of 107.
  • benton When Neale heard about it, upon his return to Benton, late that afternoon, Ruby was in her grave.
  • bergen "Upon my word," exclaimed the lawyer, "it appears that the peasants of Bergen are fond of serious reading.
  • betoken As those who pass over the heights of mountains see the clouds sweep below, veiling the plains and valleys from their gaze, while they, only a little above the level, survey the movements and the homes of men; even so from your lofty eminence ye behold but the indistinct and sullen vapours-while from my humbler station I see the preparations of the shepherds, to shelter themselves and herds from the storm which those clouds betoken.
  • bigot Ferdinand was a religious bigot; and the devotion of Isabella went as near to bigotry as her liberal mind and magnanimous spirit would permit.
  • bigoted She continually told herself that she would have been glad to talk over her future plans with her parents if they would only have listened to her; that it was not her fault if they were unreasonable and bigoted-not her fault if her mind had grown beyond her surroundings; that her father and mother ought to consider that her education and her companionship with Elizabeth Tresham had led naturally to the craving for a wider life; and that if they give the first they ought in common justice to be ready to consider the consequences with her.
  • brighten No more release cards would brighten the days.
  • bygone What is bygone is bygone, and let it be forgotten.
  • Begged Papa once begged me to be kind to her if I ever met her, for his sake.
  • Begging He planted his shoulder against the door, begging for the signal, and the crew closed up around the step with a growl.
  • Begat Envy begat envy, jealousy begat jealousy, pride begat pride, hatred begat hatred- It's like that book in the Bible where everybody begat everybody else, said Mildred seriously.
  • Begetting Rising on a spout, from dread of the hollow below, the prayer may be prolonged in words begetting words, and have a pulse of fervour: the spirit of it has fallen after the first jet.
  • Begone Begone, and never let me see your evil countenance again."
  • Begot And thus the diuell is that father who begot Charmes, and brought them foorth, not powerfull in themselues, but by that inter-league which hee hath with those who are invassaled vnto him.
  • Gotten
  • begets Therefore men pray to have around their hearths Obedient offspring, to requite their foes With harm, and honour whom their father loves; But he whose issue proves unprofitable, Begets what else but sorrow to himself And store of laughter to his enemies?
  • dissipaters

113 words made from the letters beggoten

3 letter words made from beggoten:

eon, gee, bet, not, ego, ent, neb, eeg, ebn, get, neo, net, nbe, bot, nog, ten, nob, toe, tee, ton, gob, bog, egg, tog, ben, ene, one, beg, teg, gen, geb, nee, bee.

4 letter words made from beggoten:

ento, gget, boge, nebo, beet, gobe, tegg, bego, eteo, bent, gebo, egen, geto, toge, eeto, gent, note, gong, beon, nebt, teen, ebon, gene, nget, onge, tebe, nego, nogg, ngee, ogbe, egge, begg, teeb, nebe, tone, bong, beot, boet, oegb, boen, beno, bgee, gone, bone, oben, ngog.

5 letter words made from beggoten:

eggen, benge, ngobe, goben, gegen, boege, begon, egton, bonte, bengo, bento, toben, goten, boten, tbone, getgo, tenge, genet, negot, gente, tegge, teong, benet, beget, egnot, bonet, teneo, beone, bogen, negeb, genge, gotee, tengo, geton.

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