begin

[ bih-gin ]SEE DEFINITION OF begin

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGIN

She suggested the 4th of July to him as the time to begin operations.

Foreigners, especially Greeks, begin to dominate the country.

The bell had rung—the curtain was up and the performances were about to begin.

And let there be no misunderstanding—we are going to begin to act, beginning today.

But he has played so many of these jokes that they begin to lose their effect.

Now hurry into your dressing gown and let's begin our letters.

Try as she might she could think of no effectual way to begin.

All I can do is to go away where no one knows me, and begin over again.

Or perhaps it would be safer to begin with raspberries and cream.

After all she was about to begin the work she herself had chosen.

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