Definition of Misbegun
1. misbegin [v] - See also: misbegin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misbegun
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, ..."