Perhaps Emerson was so convinced by his own misbegotten conclusions in 1995 that he's completely internalized them.
Your Hickey in The Iceman Cometh has become legendary and most recently you played Jim Tyrone in A Moon for the misbegotten.
Sure enough, my friend lacked that small portion of his misbegotten frame.
You'll never rear it; there's a fate on it, poor, misbegotten mite!
Will you allow me, Sir, to present you them, as the dearest offering that a misbegotten son of poverty and rhyme has to give?
"What is this you want with me, you misbegotten villain," said the squire.
This was the incomparable sworder indeed, and John Varlet, that misbegotten rogue, had not taught him in vain.
In brief, there is no puerility that is not at home in this sphere of misbegotten effort.
No telling when this misbegotten fog will close in and force us to slow down to half-speed or less--in crowded waters, too!
And a sorry figure they make out there in the sun, like misbegotten yew-trees!