abegging

abegging

(əˈbɛɡɪŋ)
adj
in the act of begging

a•beg•ging

(əˈbɛg ɪŋ)

adv., adj.
Archaic. begging.
[1350–1400]
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With so many chances going abegging, it was clearly Bangladesh's day, who must have been on a high especially after defeating the West Indies in the tri-series final in Ireland to win their first title.
McNair could only hold his head in his hands (right) as a first international goal went abegging.
Another opportunity went abegging in the same minute with Mahmoud Wadi's left-footed effort from the six-yard box just missing the woodwork.
Malaysia even had an opportunity to go ahead but the eighth PC went abegging and it came down to the dreaded shootout.
Poor decisions were made by those around him and potential scoring opportunities - or at least the chance to wreak havoc - went abegging.
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. Then Emiliano Alfaro took a sharp shot after a quick turn before making a decoy run down the right to allow Marcelinho space through the middle.
Zander Fagerson was next to spill the ball at the crucial moment as Scotland raced through the phases and another try possibility went abegging.
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. He bowled a tight line, giving away just 40 runs in 15 overs, which included five maidens.