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begad

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begad

  1. (archaic) An expression of surprise, shock etc.
    • 1922, Jeffery Farnol, Peregrine's Progress[1], page 439:
      Begad, Perry, old fellow, all's well at last, eh?" exclaimed Anthony, grasping my hand. "What I mean to say is — will ye look at 'em, begad!.

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