becomingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a becoming manner
she was becomingly dressed
- Travers, by then on her fourth husband, had put on quite a few pounds, but she never lost the potent alto that blended so becomingly with Yarrow and Stookey's voices.
- This becomingly naive plot--a black Jazz Singer or a prequel to Dreamgirls--is sturdy enough to support a dozen or so knockout gospel singers, with a spirit that cradles the .
- All those long months in the doghouse, Leo ("The Lip") Durocher had behaved becomingly.
- President Bush in Washington Post
Here is the bottom line: While the enemy in Iraq is still dangerous, we have seized the offensive, and Iraqi forces are becomingly increasingly capable of leading and winning the fight,Bush says in his prepared remarks. "As a result, we...