And just as buying begets more buying, selling often begets more selling.
It also begets a plastic surgery chic, where people trade faces like they do cars.
The simultaneous passage through great emotions welds souls, and begets the strongest of all forms of love.
They repeated it, and wrote down as a recipe, "Love begets life."
Just as duty performed gives rise to virtue, so temptation, yielded to, begets vice.
It is not a power which begets objects, nor is it a power which begets relations.
Protestantism is republican; puritanism is absolute self-government in religion, and begets it in politics.
This begets a very natural question; What is meant by a sceptic?
Prosperity begets independence, and independence often begets assumption—very often, a selfish, wrong view of surrounding things.
These lies are like the father that begets them; gross as a mountain, open palpable.