Arrogance and party political calculations with an eye to the next election do not befit the gravity of the moment.
When I shall have seen his answers, and the reasons he advances, I shall give order that such measures be taken as may befit.
Here be lilies in the cheeks, and not roses such as befit a bonny bride.
She was attired in costly stuffs of deep and warm colours, such as befit the winter and the snow.
More fierceness in his eye than befit the man or the occasion.
Much as she loved him she must remember now that such outward signs of love as these would not befit her.
For, deeply as I think, I cannot see in myself any worth that this height of favour may befit.
But there are a hundred pretty appellations that befit a maiden.
Some few drifted far adown the stream, as did befit their weariness.
Shall the son of peace (that is, a Christian), he asks, act in battle when it will not befit him even to go to law?