begging[ beg ]SEE DEFINITION OF begging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGGING
And there they were at the side of the road, showing their tricks and begging for coins.
The first one was from a brother minister, begging an exchange.
Duquesnel stayed with him, begging me, however, to go back to the poet's guests.
I am begging for a crust from the lavish plenty, all because I am struggling to be honest.
On flew Apollo, begging her to stop for fear his arrows might hurt her.
That is the way with old men, begging your pardon for using the phrase.
Your prairs can never be refused, especially when it is begging for a life only to serve the King.
It was Mr. Dodge, begging to be admitted on a matter of business.
He wrote to her, begging her to make it up with me, so as to further his own ends.
They speak: and the lady asks the stranger if he would not serve instead of begging.