begone

[bih-gawn, -gon]
verb (used without object)
to go away; depart (usually used in the imperative).

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see be (imperative), gone

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begone (bɪˈɡɒn)
 
sentence substitute
go away!
 
[C14: from be (imperative) + gone]

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begone
late 14c., contracted from be (imperative) + gone.
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Example sentences
If he caught one pointing for his aerie, he would block the way and bid her sternly begone.
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