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befit to be suitable to.
befitting suitable or appropriate, often with respect to a particular situation or sphere of conduct.
befog to cover with mist or fog; obscure. [2 definitions]
before at an earlier time; in the past. [8 definitions]
beforehand in advance; at a previous time; earlier.
befoul to make foul; defile. [2 definitions]
befriend to be or act as a friend to.
befuddle to stupefy with or as though with liquor. [2 definitions]
beg to ask for (food, money, or other necessities) as charity or as a gift. [4 definitions]
began past tense of begin.
beget to generate (offspring); cause to begin life, esp. to father. [2 definitions]
beggar one who begs, esp. as a means of survival. [4 definitions]
beggarly extremely poor or unkempt; like a beggar. [2 definitions]
beggary the state of being a beggar; extreme poverty. [3 definitions]
begin to perform the first step in a process; start. [6 definitions]
beginner someone just beginning to acquire new knowledge or learn a new skill.
beginning (sometimes pl.) the first part or origin of a thing or process; start. [2 definitions]
begird to fasten around; encircle.
beg off to ask to be exempted from fulfilling an obligation.
be going to used as an auxiliary verb to express that someone has a plan to do something or that some action or state seems likely based on certain evidence.
begone go away (usu. used in imperative).