verb (used with object), mis·be·came, mis·be·come, mis·be·com·ing.
Examples from the Web for misbecome
On my head I place a sedately feathered bonnet, which would not have misbecome mother.Nancy|Rhoda Broughton
Shallow judges of human nature are they who think that tears in themselves ever misbecome boy or even man.What Will He Do With It, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
See all men else discharg'd; And since old debts are clear'd by a new way, A little bounty will not misbecome me.
The inhabitants of this island, in form and face, do not misbecome the clime and the country.The Voyage of Captain Popanilla|Benjamin Disraeli
The greater portion of Roman law is expressed in terms which would not misbecome scientific or speculative treatises.