verb[with object] • archaic
- Seem; befit.More example sentences
- Thus it beseems a captain to conceal the secrets of his mind so that the enemy may not know his purpose.
- She hopes that this will help them to locate the loan that beseems their expectations.
- It was a quiet, sombre, clerical house, beseeming such a man as the warden, and thus he afterwards frequented it.