These wuz coward feelin's an' they misbecome me; the ache herein this heart uv mine had no business there.
He said in a low voice, "I trust, madam, that I will do naught that may misbecome a gentleman."
The greater portion of Roman law is expressed in terms which would not misbecome scientific or speculative treatises.
She did so with a simple, quiet dignity, that would not have misbecome a duchess.
A careless song, with a little nonsense in it now and then, does not misbecome a monarch.
If it misbecome me, as I believe it does, 'tis no matter; it may be of use to some others.
Though she was now long past her fiftieth year, Elizabeth, on the whole, did not misbecome her magnificent apparel.
A careless song with a little nonsense in it now and then does not misbecome a monarch.
The inhabitants of this island, in form and face, do not misbecome the clime and the country.
Shallow judges of human nature are they who think that tears in themselves ever misbecome boy or even man.