abegging

abegging

(əˈbɛɡɪŋ)
adj
in the act of begging

a•beg•ging

(əˈbɛg ɪŋ)

adv., adj.
Archaic. begging.
[1350–1400]
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Come Monday or Tuesday of an opening week, cinemas go abegging for patronage.
But we've had opportunities in games that have gone abegging so he'll hopefully add to what we already have.
Adil Khan's header across the face of goal went abegging.
In between those two, James Forrest carved out another chance, Foderingham's fingertips turning the Celtic winger's shot wide across the goal, And Scott Sinclair saw a great run and low cross go abegging, with no takers in the six yard box.
An important question that goes abegging is: do not people affected by this project deserve roads, bridges, schools, health and community centers, etc.
Zander Fagerson was next to spill the ball at the crucial moment as Scotland raced through the phases and another try possibility went abegging.
But the skipper's lay-up went abegging with no one at hand to tap into an empty goal.
Malaysia's second PC went abegging as skipper Irfan had made a brilliant rush.
Similar terror alerts have gone abegging in the past resulting in unfortunate incidents such as the Mehran Base attacks the Karachi Airport siege and the Bannu jailbreak.
The seasoned pro was the most effective and disciplined bowler of the day but was unlucky not to get any wicket as some half chances went abegging.
With Liverpool's pace going forward at the other end, they were always going to be dangerous on the counter and after a couple of half-chances went abegging, the Reds were awarded a remarkable third penalty of the game - Sturridge deciding to rub salt into the United wounds by diving under an unnecessary challenge from Vidic, who did not touch the Liverpool forward, and was absolutely incensed when the penalty was given, with Clattenburg also showing the skipper a second yellow card and with it a red.