A sailorman ain't built to die in his bed, nor does it beseem him to be buried on shore.
And it does not beseem the wife of a Roman noble to accept new fashions in religions.
She clad her and her handmaids with care, as did beseem them.
Prithee, Jack, take no airs, for they beseem thee but very ill.
Sif has a gallant at home; thou wilt anxious be to find him: thou shalt that arduous work perform; it will beseem thee better.
It does not beseem you, who are educated upon the king's bounty, to speak thus.
How would it beseem your rank to join these who shame their sex——No, no!
I told you before, that it did not beseem you to grovel in the dust.
It does not beseem you to despair and complain like other poor, suffering children of humanity.
Does it beseem a grown-up man like you to be as disobedient as a capricious child?