becoming

adjective
be·com·ing | \ bi-ˈkə-miŋ , bē- \

Definition of becoming 

: suitable, fitting especially : attractively suitable becoming modesty

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Other words from becoming

becomingly \bi-ˈkə-miŋ-lē, bē- \ adverb

Examples of becoming in a Sentence

That jacket is very becoming on you. She's had her hair cut in a becoming new style. She accepted the award with a becoming humility.
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First Known Use of becoming

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of becoming was in the 15th century

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becoming

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of becoming

: causing someone to look attractive : having a flattering or attractive effect

: suitable or appropriate for a particular person or in a certain situation

becoming

adjective
be·com·ing | \ bi-ˈkə-miŋ \

Kids Definition of becoming

: having a flattering effect becoming clothes

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