It was difficult to say whether his words or, so to say, their fine fabric of voice, begot the silence that followed.
I reflected that his was the calling which begot civilisation.
The first chill light saw the gospel-house holding its dead to its breast—the venerable sire that begot it.
What were they, after all, but dreams, “begot of nothing but vain fantasy?”
He had as writers doo of him record, one and twentie wiues, on whom he begot 20.
They seem to have no acquaintance with one another, beyond that begot out of the game.
An emotion of deep despair was bred in me, and then this, in its turn, begot a wild fit of fury.
Nabopolassar, the father who begot me, had begun to build a palace of bricks.
Nothing proves, my son, that you have not been begot by a Sylph.
From the fame and memory of him that begot me, shamefacedness, and manlike behaviour.