At the swift change in her expression his own features were slowly and not unbecomingly suffused.
We learn with sorrow, that our curate has confessed to unbecomingly behaviour, and that he has been seen even kissing.
She had bulging eyes—which are not emphasized in the flattering portrait by Gerard—and her hair was unbecomingly dressed.
Pretty little dear, then, didn't it like to be told that it was unbecomingly dressed?
They have grown older, some gracefully, some under protest, some most unbecomingly.
Then there is no difficulty in the three accounts about which you spoke so unbecomingly a moment ago.
"Her complexion has rather lost its bloom, though, and she is so unbecomingly thin," Lucy ventured to say.
Nevertheless the mantle may be still beautiful, and fit a Christian to wear and walk in not unbecomingly.
Madame was too charitable to criticise, but I think she regarded the jeune fille Anglaise as unbecomingly emancipated.
The anachronism sat not unbecomingly upon him, and the voice was precisely that of the Christopher Julian of heretofore.