Antonyms for became

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Finally his limbs straightened, and became perfectly rigid and motionless.

He repulsed the advances of neighbors, and became what Robert called him—a miser.

He became conscious of sympathising generously with all men not thus equipped.

Percval quickly helped him into a chair, where he became limp.

From that moment on they became wanderers upon the face of the Earth.

After a time, however, the Jews and the Canaanites became friends.

Not that in his presence she became vain or petty or jealous; that would have been impossible.

These concealed meetings, once begun, became an absorbing excitement.

Omar Ben became conscious of an uproar beyond the garden wall.

Under the eternal urge of freedom we became an independent Nation.