becoming[ bih-kuhm-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF becoming
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BECOMING
It exists, and goes forward, becoming a factor in the thought-life of our time.
It was becoming certain that their self-respect was awakened.
And I was within an ace of becoming an ornament of the British peerage.
There came no response, and after some moments, becoming alarmed, I called to her again.
The fear of becoming ridiculous restrained her anger, and she paused.
He was not inordinately agnostic, or in the way of becoming so.
A soldier-like and becoming answer was returned to this formality.
Luckily, as she does it so often, it's becoming to her to look firm.
And other men's admiration is the most becoming background a girl can have.
All the pyramids are becoming a little faint as the twilight is advancing.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BECOMING
- cut out for
- good enough
- in character
- in keeping
- up to snuff
- user friendly