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Spell check of beget

Correct spelling: beget

Synonyms:
draw on, get under one's skin, buzz off, catalyze, father, pay back, suffer, gravel, aim, start, kin, obtain, stick, begin, parent, find, pay off, give, flummox, incur, get down, perplex, fertilization, contract, set off, stupefy, procreate, return, artificial insemination, breed, produce, amaze, grow, assisted reproduction, originate, vex, mystify, set out, nonplus, bring, overprotect, bring forth, occasion, work, puzzle, fix, induce, form, have, receive, pose, come, get, bring on, fertilize, engender, commence, baffle, start out, sustain, bugger off, bring about, fuss, invoke, mother, arrive, catch, propagate, experience, inaugurate, draw, convey, set about, bewilder, fertilise, drive, invent, generate, let, become, spawn, hatch, make, dumbfound, translate, conception, prompt, cause, do, scram, arrest, beat, start off, take, yield, create, render, fetch, result, stimulate, go, trigger, effectuate, conceive, capture, sire, acquire, develop.

Antonyms:
curb, suppress, snuff, check, dampen, stifle, demolish, crack down, impede, control, repress, crush, quash, still, put down, inhibit, arrest, can, smother, restrict, subdue, clamp down, squash, restrain, abolish, liquidate, squelch, destroy, rein, extinguish, limit, quench, quell.

Examples of usage:

1) They read, it is true, and often greedily; but generally, I think, without knowing or greatly caring whether a book is English or American, and at all events with no such clear perception of the distinctive qualities of English work as could beget in them any imaginative realisation of, or affection for, England. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.

2) If so, the more's the pity; but I do not think it is so; for this is a case in which supply would beget demand. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.

3) So with every other right; he is to think, speak, train his children, or even beget them, as the State directs and allows, in the interest of the common good. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

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