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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of become.
- adj. proper; decorous
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Proper; decorous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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It becomed increasingly embarassing to sort the complaints out when my first words to the complainants are usually “Sorry we were too busy to attend your burglary for the last 2 days” ….
The pro-aborts types becomed faced with the reality that they either vote with Stupak on the second vote, or the thing dies?
BTW, can someone covo the buyer to ask her to post us a pic of the kitty once it becomed ordained?
Iz Mapquest kitteh all growed up and becomed a supah cat wid mad flying skills, no needz mapquest anymorez
Dey did a lawt uv otter comedee fings, but fur sum reeson, dis wun struck a chord wif peeps and becomed famoose.
November 17, 2008 at 12:32 pm fiarfux has becomed a bloated piggie.
July 20, 2007 | 8: 04 a.m. Sumner Redstone "played down" reports over the last 24 hours that he had becomed estranged from his daughter and once-presumptive heir, Shari Redstone.
Theoretically, both the Welsh and Scottish Tories could become becomed independent "confederates" of the English party, in much the same way that the Bavarian CSU is a confederate of the German CDU.
I have for a long time in mind some designs that looks like these, and when I saw that these designs becomed reallity I was very happy to see them alive.
I was thinking about if we either blow each other all to bits, or if global warming kills us all first, where are all of us gonna go who haven't becomed enlightened yet??