beginning[ bih-gin-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF beginning
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGINNING
He was beginning to be more afraid and more distrustful of his nephew than ever.
In the private car the little party was beginning its own journey Eastward.
His spirits rose, and he felt that life was just beginning for him.
In the beginning, a star, when drawn with a nail into a brick looked as follows.
Beginning of the struggle between Indo-Europeans and Semites.
In the beginning each little village had possessed a god of its own.
Honestly, now, I feel as if I was beginning life over again.
And let there be no misunderstanding—we are going to begin to act, beginning today.
This period, beginning with 1840, has been styled "a memorable decade" in the history of Parliament.
Yet at the beginning of the present century such arguments were very popular.