- v be appropriate or necessary
It behooves us to reflect on this matter
- It does not behoove His Church to try to hobble their minds or inhibit their search for new insights into truth.
- It would certainly behoove his opponents to counter these images with tales of a man about to breathe his last.
- JoeK said: It will behoove the Obama Administration--and the media--to pay careful attention as to how the stimulus money is being disbursed in the coming months.
- Mike Reinfeldt in SteelCityInsider.com
Reinfeldt stated "It would seem to behoove everyone to get something done well before the draft".
- Bernie Bickerstaff in USA Today
We'll exchange ideas,Bickerstaff said. "I think it would behoove both of us to listen. It's an addition, and I've always been a guy who believes input is important. I think we're all on the same page in trying to make this team better. A...
- Matan Vilnai in Ha'aretz
Until we receive satisfactory answers regarding the security issue, we will not allow such a decision to pass,Vilnai said. "It would not behoove them to threaten me with timetables."