How to use begotten in a sentence
There have been more than a few men of wealth who have come by those gains in ill-begotten ways; there still are.Obama, Romney Tax Returns Unleash Worst Political Instincts | Zachary Karabell | April 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
And, if you are a celebrity mistress in 2010, you milk the ill-begotten fame for as much and as long as you can.
Tiger Woods and John Edwards have begotten Abe Vigoda and Betty White.
How angry does it make you that AIG is using our money to pay $165 million in bonuses to their ill-begotten executives?
Moreover, women were proud of the paternity of their children begotten in their relationship to the friars.The Philippine Islands | John Foreman
Nevertheless, it is repugnant as well as absurd to claim that anything could be begotten or born without having had a beginning.Superstition In All Ages (1732) | Jean Meslier
In fact, the soul attaches herself to the thing begotten by the soul, because she was capable of feeling.
If this be not the case, Intelligence must have begotten all the differences, or rather, be their universality.
To discover the nature of the earth, let us take essentially terrestrial objects, which are begotten or fashioned by it.
British Dictionary definitions for begotten
a past participle of beget
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