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Andrea stooped out toward the offender and bade him begone in an imperious voice.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS
Thus it was a very tattered and woe-begone traveller who was at last delivered at Amadia.
The old woman frowned and, shaking her fist in the face of the poor forsaken girl, "Begone, witch!"
A demoralized, woe-begone, wilted, helpless figure was before me in the hall.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
Begone, O faithful steed,” I said to the eye, and pressed the control in my palm at the same time.
THE REPAIRMANHARRY HARRISON
For God's sake, Grand Master, begone, and let me unfold my conscience to this holy man.
The King then angrily bade him begone; "that he wanted neither his money nor his scolding."
She stopped abruptly and trembled, for at the moment her father turned his woe-begone face unconsciously towards her.
"I'll bid thee begone, and take thy foolish tongue along with thee," she answered, in a mollified tone.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
But though the unnerving under-thought would not begone, the scene within the great room held me fast by eye and ear.

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