beg in a sentence


beg meaning:

v. t.) To ask for as a charity, esp. to ask for habitually or from house to house.

v. t.) To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to beseech. 

beg sentence:

The poor boy had to beg for money.

The boy begged for a new bicycle.

She begged him not to go there.

She begged for mercy.

There were blind men begging and selling lottery tickets.

He was begging from door to door.

He begged his grandparents not to tell anyone.

I began to cry and begged for mercy.

A hundred other questions begged to be answered.

I begged him not to tell anybody.

Ian begged his wife to forgive him after his brief affair with an old girlfriend.

She begged for something to drink.

He begged his father to buy him a bicycle.

He begged me to stay.

She begged for mercy.

The captured soldiers fell to their knees, and begged for mercy.

He prostrated himself and begged my pardon.

His wife begged him not to run any risk.

And I begged her on my bended knees.

The boy begged for a new bicycle.

He begged off from speaking at the club.

The old woman gave the doctor an agonized look and begged him to relieve her pain.

The criminal begged the judge for mercy.

The children begged us to take them to Disneyland for a holiday.

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