1. in a becoming manner
    she was becomingly dressed
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How To Use becomingly In A Sentence

  • He wore his cloak and swished it behind him most becomingly.
  • He would take a woman with beautiful long hair, who could have used some advice about styling it becomingly - and he would butcher it all right off, frequently cutting her hair shorter than men were wearing theirs at the time, cooing about how the long hair wasn't feminine, but a short cut WAS feminine! Portrait in Blue, by Gabriel Nicolet, 1856-1921
  • He had a thick mane of dark hair, usually slicked back but at times becomingly tousled.
  • Days later, the Caricom summit's opening session heard Mr Manning's recriminations, unbecomingly and unhelpfully directed at former regional beneficiaries of T & T largesse.
  • She blow-dried her hair into slight waves that fell becomingly at her chest, flowing around her bare arms.
  • Meanwhile, renewables are becomingly increasingly competitive. Tina Gerhardt: The Canary in the Coal Mine: Stopping Climate Change - Ted Nace: Climate Hope
  • she was becomingly dressed
  • What she did know that it had been enough to cause her to slaver most unbecomingly.
  • Even very senior officers can beguiled into behaving unbecomingly, cruelly, and destructively while believing they are acting in the best tradition of the service.
  • But when I'm in a hurry, I trip unbecomingly over anything that's in my way.
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