It beseems us better friends to avenge than fruitlessly mourn them.
If you ask me for information, do so with the manner that beseems inquiry.
You must give him a horse, that he may go as beseems his quality to the Abbey.'
"Your grace acts as beseems a loyal gentleman," replied Surrey.
The girl spat out the words, as beseems an orthodox Muscovite.
"You are rather hastier than beseems a subject, my friend," said Mary Stuart.
The king said, "This is chosen both wisely and as beseems a great man."
We used to be annoyed by being told, 'This beseems you, this beseems you not.'
We used to be annoyed by being told, 'This beseems you and this does not beseem you.
Happily, as beseems the superlative of errors, it was a very brief, almost a momentary one.