from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past participle of begin.
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- v. Past participle of begin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. p. of begin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Past participle and sometimes preterit of begin.
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I do really think you had begun to like Lord Chelford -- only _begun_, the least little insidious bit; but thank you, wild Bessie Frankleyn, you have quite opened my eyes.
"If it pleases you, then," said Mr. Denslow, "I will attend the first thing in the morning to having the investigation into the title begun, and I suppose that within the next three days the deal can be consummated and the property duly transferred to Mr.. Baker."
Vladimir Putin, is in the third year of his term begun May 2008.
But I stress the word 'begun' because, while debt-to-income ratios are down. they're still well above the norms of the preceding three decades.
DeWine, 62, also a former state legislator and lieutenant governor, is looking to face off against incumbent Cordray, who took office this year to fill the final two years of a term begun by former Attorney General Marc Dann in 2007.
The negative attacks on Obama should have been begun from the get-go, so as to disallow Obama to get his message across and pigeonhole him so to speak.
If climate change has already begun, is there any point in trying to halt it?
No sooner had Harvin begun using one that his sleep was transformed.
Amid encouraging signs that the global economy has once again begun to grow, the International Labour Organization last week issued some sobering news.
It is also worth mentioning that an Inglourious Basterds poster has again begun to circulate the internet movie sites.