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- v. To misbecome.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To misbecome.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to become; not to be suitable to; misbecome.
"I had to 'unbecome' being a racist, but I'm not there yet."
Brahmdev would greet me even when I was to 'unbecome' the Madam.
Yea, but they say, “This cannot be: neither does this impeach the freedom of pardon; for it is certain that God does prescribe these things, and yet he pardons freely; and it would altogether unbecome the holy God to pardon sinners that continue so to live and die in their sins.”
It might, perhaps, not unbecome this author to be a little more sparing of his correction, unless his authority were more than it is, and his skill, also, in the management of it; for at present those whom he attempts upon are altogether insensible of any effects of his severity.
"No matter how much you want to, you never unbecome the place you came from," says novelist
If more Republicans kept up with the developments in the country around around the world, they may unbecome Republicans.
Nationality, like race, is something we are born with, but unlike race, it is something we can change ", you tell us, then go on to say nationality-baiting is less pernicious than race-baiting, because the victims of nationality-baiting have a choice -- they can unbecome French or Afghan or whatever, and nationality-baiters won't assault them.
“unbecome,” “deathless,” “unchanging,” it may rea - sonably be regarded as constituting the essence of deity.
I say it not in any way of any reproach to the doctor, only I cannot but think his careful warding of himself against the thoughts of men that he should be beholden to Grotius doth exceedingly unbecome the doctor’s gravity and self-denial.