- (italbrac, archaic, transitive and intransitive) To appear, seem, look (with some qualifying word).
Etymology: From be- + seem.
- This inn beseems well for a weary traveller.
- (italbrac, archaic, transitive and intransitive) To be appropriate or creditable (without qualifying word).
- 1819: "Lady," said Cedric, "this beseems not; were further pledge necessary, I myself, offended, and justly offended, as I am, would yet gage my honour for the honour of Ivanhoe." " w:Walter Scott, Walter Scott, w:Ivanhoe, Ivanhoe
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