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Definition of Begun

  • p. p. of Begin.

How to use begun in a sentence. Begun pronunciation.

My dreams of the past are here begun in very truth and fact.
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I have begun now, and only now, to feel the storms that shake us to our farthest cells of life.
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He was on the threshold of his career: action had not yet begun; he was standing like a swimmer on a high shore, looking into depths beneath which have never been plumbed by mortal man, wondering what currents, what rocks, lay beneath the surface of the blue.
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For who can tell when first her Reign begun?
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She opened her umbrella, for heavy drops had begun to fall; they pattered on Cobb's hard felt hat, and Louise tried to shelter him as well as herself.
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His comment on all this is, "I am only preparing to live," which is as heroic as Paul Jones's shout, "I have not yet begun to fight.
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Nekrassov and his friend had begun to read the novel late in the evening; they could not stop reading till they came to the end, and they were both so deeply impressed by it that they could not help going on this nocturnal expedition to see the author and tell him what they felt.
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She had begun her acquaintance with him by laughing at him and trying to cover him with ridicule.
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Yet its composition was begun by a mere freak, by something analogous to a sporting proposition.
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Another writer would have begun by a description, but Pushkin, he goes straight to his goal.
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He knew that he had not very long to live, for before he had really begun his literary career signs of tuberculosis had plainly become manifest.
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In 1874, through Providence, I became sore pressed to provide for myself and family; two of my children had just begun to learn to read.
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He had only just begun to learn and remember the stories of the Bible, and he believed and trusted everything he heard.
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It arrived after church service had begun; the sexton was unwilling to carry it to the pulpit, as it was against the rule, but when told he _must, as a life was in great danger_, he consented, and delivered it to the pastor.
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The child escaped all danger, thanks to the incessant care of its adopted father; and, when the march to Munich was again begun, the grenadier, who was singularly attached to the little waif, almost regretted to see the moment draw near when he must restore it to its mother.
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The day ended better than it had begun.
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And in truth Napoleon had a right to believe in his good fortune, which had reached its height on the day when an archduchess of Austria made him the father of a king, who had begun as a cadet in a Corsican family.
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It appeared in his frequent glances, in the relaxation of his features, in a certain abandonment of his whole frame, as though he had only just begun to enjoy the evening's repose.
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A vein of stubbornness, unmistakable inheritance from Stephen Lord, had begun to appear in the youth's speech and bearing.
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It's only just lately you have begun to think yourself too good for them.
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Examples of Begun

Example #1
When, in the night, I heard Uncle Benn calling, when in the Meeting-house voices said, 'Come away, come away, and labour, thou art idle,' I could hear my heart beat in the ardour to be off.
Example #2
I am given to my appointed task; I am set on a road of life in which there is no looking back.
Example #3
I begin to see how near good is to evil; how near faith is to unfaith; and how difficult it is to judge from actions only; how little we can know to-day what we shall feel tomorrow.
Example #4
But offences must come, and woe to him from whom the offence cometh!
Example #5
Would his strength, his knowledge, his skill, be equal to the enterprise?
Example #6
He asked himself as he stood by the brazier, the bowab apathetically rolling cigarettes at his feet, whether, in the flow of circumstance, the fact that he could not make open restitution, or take punishment for his unlawful act, would undermine the structure of his character.