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Correct spellings for BEGAR

  • bag I drew a blank on the bag. Eating chocolate cake in a bag The newspapers said She's gone to his head They look just like two gurus in drag – Ballad of John and Yoko by the beatles
  • bar I was shown into the parlor and James was taken up a flight of stairs from the bar-room. Our Kings and our Queens are afar -- On their peoples be peace -- God bringeth the rain to the Bar, That our cattle increase." – What the People Said by Rudyard Kipling
  • bark Built it out of hickory bark, one wide river to cross. Of diamonded mail, and we will mark The mullets swimming by the mast of some storm-foundered bark, – Charmides by Oscar Wilde
  • beak The raven flew away and returned in about an hour, carrying in his beak a tiny bottle of the water.
  • beaker "That's it," said a lean, wizened, pale-faced little man in a corner, whose trembling hand was resting on a beaker of gin and water.
  • bear But my poor Helen,-she must stay and bear it."
  • beard Daddy wumbled a number of things in his beard to which no one need reply unless they felt like it.
  • beau She was worthy of respect, and the Paris beau felt an inclination to rise at once and acknowledge her superior presence.
  • beer Go on and get the beer."
  • beg No, no, don't; I beg of you!
  • beggar He is a beggar, I should say; but has his hat over his eyes.
  • beggary In 1611 he appeared again in Madrid in utter poverty, but the King took compassion upon him and gave him a pension, and in Madrid he remained writing an account of his adventures till he died in beggary.
  • beige
  • berg No one was more incensed at this than the knight of Berg.
  • berk
  • berra
  • big
  • blear
  • boar
  • bog
  • bogart
  • bug
  • gar
  • gear
  • Begat It begat the notion, that our trip to the fish-ponds was to prove a long journey.
  • Began And then he began to wonder how the people at home were getting on.
  • Berger
  • Bears Therefore I feel myself, this way, with you, just as I am; and-if you do in the least care to know-it quite positively bears me up."
  • begs He does not repudiate it but begs of her to choose something else, even the half of his kingdom rather than what she asks.
  • beggars Finally, however, he determined to spend it on those he met, who were chiefly beggars.
  • fair-to-middling
  • fair-weather

39 words made from the letters BEGAR