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become better

verb as in progress

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Example Sentences

There were impassioned heroes rallying together to become better than they thought they could be.

"I'm not religious myself, but I like churches as buildings which bring people together to become better," he says.

Bedier responded that the Muslim community has become better organized in recent years and can now respond in a more united way.

The news ought to deal in universals, to take account of our frailties, and to give us what we need to become better people.

I guess I also feel that having a father who became a woman has helped my sons become better men.

Well, horse, she said, I think we are about to become better acquainted and I hope you are as nice as you look.

It helped him to become better known, and boys liked to be seen with him.

The American manufacturers should become better acquainted with this trade, ascertain who are worthy of credit, and extend it.

It is a time when the soul is softened, when we become better, when we feel ready to weep without the bitterness of sorrow.

Yet they have become better known in the form in which he has sung them than in their original verses.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to become better, such as: blossom, boost, develop, grow, mature, and ameliorate.

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