- v. present participle of behave.
“I don't know what you call behaving badly," said Miss Garthorne in an offended way.”
“Last summer the President made an unforced error, attacking the Cambridge police Department for what he characterized as behaving stupidly in arresting Harvard Professor Gates.”
“Korea which it describes as behaving like a "spoiled child".”
“After all, should the Karzai government begin behaving like the Taliban on top of the endemic corruption, they should be removed just like the Taliban.”
“The way these guys are behaving is beyond disgusting.”
“The real problem of course, is that in behaving like this, the cops are ultimately destroying the trust of the public they are supposed to serve.”
“She's behaving, in other words -- though it's strangely reassuring -- like a man.”
“Listening to both sides and knowing that two ordinary people felt they needed to tell someone how this woman was behaving is very important, from my point of view – they clearly felt she was pushing it.”
“If they want to portray the impression that his age doesn't matter then maybe they need to begin behaving like it doesn't matter to them.”
“These are women who seem to take a delight in behaving and speaking in such a way as to shock or startle others.”
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