befit[ bih-fit ]SEE DEFINITION OF befit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEFIT
Here be lilies in the cheeks, and not roses such as befit a bonny bride.
But, as he thought of it, there seemed to be a romance about such a step which would not befit him.
You are our paid servant, and such a remark does not befit you.
But so much worldly education does not befit a woman or improve her.
Should a Senator be held to have lived as did not befit a Senator, a Censor could depose him.
But there are a hundred pretty appellations that befit a maiden.
More fierceness in his eye than befit the man or the occasion.
For, deeply as I think, I cannot see in myself any worth that this height of favour may befit.
Afterwards every man began to arm and befit himself for the field.
Some few drifted far adown the stream, as did befit their weariness.