become[ bih-kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF become
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BECOME
He had become so wedded to his gold that to lose it was like losing his heart's blood.
Your brother may become entangled in some way with this woman.
But you know the old man has become a miser, and makes money his idol.
He had become insensible, however, to all the dissenting ones.
It died just as the languages of most of our Indian tribes have become a thing of the past.
Yet in the Protectionist dispensation, this has become an article of faith.
Through the teaching of Moses he was to become the sole Master of the Jewish race.
What was to become of the slaves on this plantation now that the master was dead?
Then the body had become a "mummy" because it was filled with "Mumiai" or pitch.
All this had been changed after they had become exposed to the civilization of Egypt.