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  • bagging The tax, with its attendant inconveniences, amounts to a pound a hundred; the picking, drying, and bagging to 50s.
  • baiting Look at that," cried the man addressed as Gadly, and with an ugly grin overspreading his face as the love of baiting came uppermost.
  • bargain 483. What is the bargain?
  • baton At half past two the tall and graceful conductor, Carl Zerrahn, arrayed in a black frock coat and a pair of lavender colored trousers, stepped lightly down the gorgeous hill of choristers to the front of the orchestra, made a profound bow to the audience, then turned and raised his baton to the chorus.
  • batting She writes that she and Gordon are having such times together-batting around their old stamping ground, Bronx Park-strange how hard it is to overcome habits.
  • beading The petticoat is of white muslin with a fifty-two yard lace ruffle in sixteen tiers of lace with beading at the top. It was worn just after the Civil War.
  • beaten Whilst he is there I'm nothing-but without him, if I were with her again-I was always beaten easily by anybody but in this at least I can be strong.
  • beating He was used to thinking with something worse than thunder in his ears, and something worse than raindrops beating about him.
  • bedding He was afraid to rise, as yet, and flattened himself out with an impatient sigh, as he gathered the bedding over his head again and held back his breath to listen.
  • bedouin They were tents,-the tents of a Bedouin encampment.
  • beget Body o' me, he shall be thy father, I'll make him thy father, and thou shalt make me a father, and I'll make thee a mother, and we'll beget sons and daughters enough to put the weekly bills out of countenance.
  • begin Now, then, Renny, begin.
  • begonia And yet how many women will fret and fume over a Lorraine begonia or some other refractory plant, not adapted at all to growing indoors, when half the amount of care spent on a few ivys would grace their windows with frames of living green, giving a setting to all their other plants which would enhance their beauty a hundred percent.
  • begotten The whole temper of mind, begotten and matured by the rationalistic school, is self-sufficient: every man his own prophet, priest, and king; every man his own philosopher.
  • beguine Begin the Beguine" is a popular song written by Cole Porter.
  • beijing The Cayman Islands sent a delegation to compete at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
  • belting But the kid kept belting away, as if he were methodically working out on a fifty-pound training bag. Finally, the old man sagged to the pavement.
  • benton But Benton has called to the worst and wildest in him.
  • berating
  • bergen
  • betting
  • biotin
  • biting
  • boating
  • bodkin
  • breton
  • getting
  • jetting
  • pectin
  • Bating He who has seen one cotton-field has seen all the other cotton-fields, bating the difference that naturally results from good and bad soils, or good and bad culture; but the contrast that prevails in the treatment of the slaves, on different plantations, is very remarkable.
  • Begging What's the use of begging him?
  • Begat Cellini, then, knowing the quality of Michelangelo's temper, and respecting him as a deity of art, adds to his report of Torrigiano's conversation: "These words begat in me such hatred of the man, since I was always gazing at the masterpieces of the divine Michelangelo, that, although I felt a wish to go with him to England, I now could never bear the sight of him."
  • Begetting One can hardly doubt that he was alluding to the Tempest and the Winter's Tale when, a few years after the probable date of their appearance, he spoke of writers who 'make nature afraid in their plays,' begetting 'tales, tempests, and such like drolleries,' and bringing in 'a servant-monster' or 'a nest of antiques.
  • Began Then they heard him cry out, his voice strange and hoarse; he whirled about and began to run.
  • Begun Lockley could not tell when it had begun.
  • Begone His cloak which was too long, and which trailed behind him, he kept on with his teeth, and from afar the Barbarians shouted at him, " Begone coward!
  • Begot His cordial reception followed by this strange exordium, the preparations, the presence of the three men seated about him and all, it seemed, ill at ease-these things begot instinctive misgivings; and an uneasiness, which it was not in the power of reason to hold futile.
  • Bleating
  • Bogging
  • Booting
  • Butting
  • negating
  • budgeting
  • besting
  • begets Commercial immorality and developed swindling are impossible without a commerce, but the cupidity that begets these forms of vice is not lacking amongst the Natives and waits only for the opportunities which developed commerce affords.
  • bugging
  • dissipaters

62 words made from the letters begtin

3 letter words made from begtin:

gen, geb, beg, ten, bet, nbe, tie, ebn, ige, gib, nig, nit, get, tin, bin, big, neb, nib, ent, bit, net, teg, gin, ben.

5 letter words made from begtin:

being, binte, benti, teign, begin, binet, tinge, binge, tieng, nebit, getin, tengi, bengi, biten.

4 letter words made from begtin:

egin, bnei, beig, tibe, beit, gibt, tine, bint, gibe, geib, nebt, nget, engi, ting, bien, bent, gien, iten, bite, bine, inge, nige, gent, bein.

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