As more come down with the flu, I suspect the reassurance will become more challenging.
If we succeed, we will become different people in the process.
After all, who would want to become a horrible Hollywood cliché—a la Shanghai Surprise or Gigli.
But he delivered his remarks in the same low-affect, wobbly-voiced delivery to which Fed watchers have become accustomed.
The older we become, the more time we tend to spend with people like ourselves.
He was behind me just now, as I entered, he said, and I cannot think what has become of him.
She did not purpose to surrender her individuality; she would not become a dummy.
War itself had become a matter of arrangement, bargain, and diplomacy.
Now that you have become aware, you will act as you can act—nobly—righteously.
When he gets as big as Universal Motors, he can become patriotic.
Old English becuman "happen, come about," also "meet with, arrive," from Proto-Germanic *bikweman "become" (cf. Dutch bekomen, Old High German biqueman "obtain," German bekommen, Gothic biquiman). A compound of be- and come; it drove out Old English weorðan. Meaning "to look well" is early 14c., from earlier sense of "to agree with, be fitting" (early 13c.).