- to be fit for or worthy of; become: conduct that beseems a gentleman.
- to be suitable or fitting.
Origin of beseem
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Historical Examples of unbeseeming
That is not out of disrespect to you, but because I think it would be unbeseeming to me.
Whoever be the instruments, the replying of clay to the Potter, the Former of all, is unbeseeming the nothing-creature.Letters of Samuel Rutherford
- archaic to be suitable for; befit
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Word Origin and History for unbeseeming
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