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How to use beseeming in a sentence

Tressilian appeared, and made a low and beseeming reference.
KENILWORTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
Mrs. Polly watched them with beseeming awe and deference, but it was a great trial to her, and she grew very nervous over it.
THE POT OF GOLDMARY E. WILKINS
Hearing this speech, I seemed to behold myself swinging by a tow from a tree branch, a death not beseeming one of gentle blood.
A MONK OF FIFEANDREW LANG
For are not these things beseeming and answerable to the doctrine of Socrates?
ESSAYS AND MISCELLANIESPLUTARCH
Yea, peace is too little; exceeding joy is the portion, and most beseeming condition of the upright.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (PART 4 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
The council composed themselves to the beseeming degree of attention.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
And made Verona's ancient citizensCast by their grave, beseeming ornaments,To wield old partisans.
SEEING EUROPE WITH FAMOUS AUTHORS, VOL VIIIVARIOUS
The throng had parted before this little procession, averting their eyes from the covered palankeen, as was beseeming.
TALES OF DESTINYEDMUND MITCHELL
It was like a masquerade of rank and culture in the rags of misery, beseeming it as ill as an unsuitable part in a play.
FOOTSTEPS OF FATELOUIS COUPERUS
Time would come when M'tela would ceremoniously bring in his real present--assuredly magnificent as beseeming his power.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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