Definition of Misbegun

1. misbegin [v] - See also: misbegin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misbegun

misbede
misbedes
misbeding
misbefall
misbefallen
misbefalling
misbefalls
misbefell
misbefitting
misbegan
misbegin
misbeginning
misbegins
misbegot
misbegotten
misbegun (current term)
misbehave
misbehaved
misbehaver
misbehavers
misbehaves
misbehaving
misbehavior
misbehavioral
misbehaviors
misbehaviour
misbehavioural
misbehaviours
misbelief
misbeliefs

Literary usage of Misbegun

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1. Oratory Sacred and Secular: Or, The Extemporaneous Speaker, with Sketches of by William Pittenger, John Armor Bingham (1878)
"When from these or other causes, the sermon is misbegun, the consequences are likely to be serious. The thought ia forced home on the speaker, ..."

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