Oraciones con la palabra "befit"

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Befit en una oración (en ingles)

  1. Know then that such goals do not befit all beings.
  2. My mother was named Desiree’, a name which befit her nature.
  3. Dressed as befit a prince and introduced to many lovely maidens.
  4. He ate with appetite, as befit a minstrel who never knew when he’d get the chance again.
  5. Egg stood before him, freshly bathed and garbed in princely raiment, as would befit a nephew of the king.

  6. Soon, Schmoozeglutton came running up behind them, taking his position in the rear as befit the leader of the Rabid Band.
  7. The clutter of boxes and gift wrap from the children’s party was gone and the great-room was festooned with greenery which befit the holiday season; pine boughs with cones still attached and fresh spruce and fir branches.
  8. But I'll take care henceforward to use such as befit the dignity of my office; for 'in a house where there's plenty, supper is soon cooked,' and 'he who binds does not wrangle,' and 'the bell-ringer's in a safe berth,' and 'giving and keeping require brains.
  9. The high officers, instead of encouraging the roughness and cruelty of the soldiers, which befit their occupation, promote the diffusion of education among them, preach humanity, often sympathize with the socialistic ideas of the masses, and deny the utility of war.
  10. To her nothing already then and thenceforward was anyway able to be molestful for this chiefly felt all citizens except with proliferent mothers prosperity at all not to can be and as they had received eternity gods mortals generation to befit them her beholding, when the case was so hoving itself, parturient in vehicle thereward carrying desire immense among all one another was impelling on of her to be received into that domicile.
  1. He had also told me that it was befitting that I.
  2. We could have a place much more befitting, but you won’t.
  3. The lightning was stupendous and a most befitting gesture.
  4. That wouldn't be befitting a Captain of Manchester United.
  5. Employees have their needs met as befitting their circumstances.
  6. Now he looked serious and charismatic, befitting of a crown prince.
  7. It is characteristic and befitting of the great Teacher and Prophet.
  8. A prior should have a palace befitting his station, as the bishop did.
  9. Smith; a greater stateliness of design as befitting official occasions.
  10. But she was conspicuously lacking in the humility befitting her position.
  11. Pon would be rewarded, in the way befitting the Kingdoms greatest warrior.
  12. The hall was laid out befitting a king, royalty, or highly-respected nobles.
  13. They applauded with gusto, and gave her the right praises befitting her rendition.
  14. They saw no one on the road all day, befitting a road that seemingly went nowhere.
  15. The day was clear and cold, as if befitting the holy-day they were about to celebrate.
  16. The church itself is also very plain, befitting the remoteness and more local patrons of it.
  17. The most expensive carpets and golden statues are seen everywhere, as befitting the son of Ra.
  18. Pon would also be given a residence at the palace, befitting his new rank if he chose to accept.
  19. Sitting by the bedside, Raja Rao entered into a conversation with Sathyam befitting the occasion.
  20. There are signs of social life about the mansion befitting its own style of conscious superiority.
  21. Likewise he avow’d that their Song was a wild and savage Yell, more befitting Beasts than Men.
  22. The gentlemen greeted each other as old friends, exchanged banter befitting sporting partners, and Mr.
  23. Javert addressed the porter in a tone befitting the government, and the presence of the porter of a factious.
  24. But alas, it appears all he contemplates, when not with his girls, are thoughts more befitting to a holy man.
  25. The drapes were thick and heavy and the furniture was solid wood; the fabric the best quality, befitting royalty.
  26. It was the most befitting entry of the king the twins could conceive; they enjoyed every moment of the whole pageant.
  27. Befitting his name the shaggy stone troll’s lower jaw stuck out with two, spiky teeth curving outward over his upper lip.
  28. We have been unfortunate, and recent events have drawn us from that everyday tranquillity befitting my years and infirmities.
  29. And what does God say? I ask you! WHAT DOES GOD SAY? God says that every sinner must be punished in a manner befitting his sin.
  30. It would be great if a real business opened up there—maybe a restaurant that’s a little more befitting to a university town.
  31. The office was furnished in the same style as the rest of the bed-and-breakfast—all quite befitting of a mansion of its caliber.
  32. Not discounting the efforts of Sneha’s girls, Gautam ingratiated himself to the concerned authorities with befitting inducements.
  33. But I contend that the innate, spontaneous courtesy and grace with which Madame Leroux received Vasya's enthusiasm, was equally befitting.
  34. I remember singing With or Without You on the way back in my car, a ten-year-old Volvo befitting my economic status as a med student.
  35. The mystery of death! And I would not have lain down beside you not for any money; I lie here as befitting my fortune, judging by the price.
  36. Grandparents were supposed to be old school and expect anyone younger then sixty to treat their elders with all the respect befitting a king.
  37. He was a pedant, to the most extreme point, the greatest pedant I had met on earth, and with that had a vanity only befitting Alexander of Macedon.
  38. I immediately signified a due contrition and full purpose of amendment; when Nannette continued, still speaking with the gravity befitting the subject.
  39. High vaulted rooms with cool uncarpeted floors, great dogs upon the hearths for the burning of wood in winter time, and all luxuries befitting the state.
  40. Quietude of custody, rather, befitting their station in that house, the vigilant watch of shepherds and of angels about a crib in Bethlehem of Juda long ago.
  41. The very fact that he was buried at Westminster Abbey meant that someone in high places thought that it was befitting such a man has to have been given that honour.
  42. Then came Saroja’s first birthday, and Sathyam couldn’t resist the temptation to present her a gold necklace befitting his intrinsic worth and his innate love for Sandhya.
  43. Befitting an establishment that charged three hundred pounds for a bottle of spirits, an ashtray-sized silver platter of nuts and a terracotta bowl of olives accompanied the drinks.
  44. Allcock has consented that I shall have the sublime honor of hoping for his daughter's hand in marriage when once I have secured house and fortune enough befitting so wonderful a lady.
  45. As for me, who am of the whole blood of the whites, it is befitting that I should die as becomes my color, with no words of scoffing in my mouth, and without bitterness at the heart!.
  46. O the great patient rugged joys, my soul's strong joys unreck'd by man, (For know I bear the soul befitting me, I too have consciousness, identity, And all the rocks and mountains have, and all the earth,).
  47. The following three proposals gave a strong indication that Terry felt he had a great deal of leverage and was not willing to settle for anything short of a contract befitting a business savvy, headline act.
  48. Yes, the only place befitting an honest man in Russia at the present time is a prison, he thought, and even felt that this applied to him personally, when he drove up to the prison and entered its walls.
  49. She carried herself with the pride and confidence befitting someone of her accomplishments, and her serene, regal smile looked almost—almost—natural as she extended her own hand to the man standing in her shop.
  50. All the adventures at the Castle of Miraguarda are excellent and of admirable contrivance, and the language is polished and clear, studying and observing the style befitting the speaker with propriety and judgment.
  51. Liza rose from her chair but sank back again at once without even paying befitting attention to her mother's squeal—not from "waywardness," but obviously because she was entirely absorbed by some other overwhelming impression.
  52. This lady was young and nice looking, though rather too flashily dressed, and was accompanied by a young officer who unfortunately was scarcely in a befitting condition for ladies' society, having refreshed himself at the bar to an unnecessary extent.
  53. Why, didn’t Ashok Singhal of the Vishva Hindu Parishad, echo all this by blowing the Sangh Parivar’s paanchajanya thus: It was for the first time in thousand years the Hindus got united and gave a befitting reply to those who attacked them in Godhra.
  54. Many times, he had sat in the witness box in the main courtroom with its spectators’ balcony and enormous judge’s bench that seemed befitting of those who were charged with upholding the law as he gave his carefully worded testimony in so many high-profile cases.
  55. Not this again! Befitting who, exactly? he said pointedly, Our son at a comprehensive school? Our daughter with her part time job at a restaurant? Me, a common or garden inspector at the EA? or you, the jet-setter? Is it really me behaving selfishly, Alice?
  56. The building somehow seemed befitting of the drama that so often encircled those cases in which his testimony alone was responsible for sending the guilty to the death chamber and those cases over the last three quarters of a century that had been tried and resolved within.
  57. She certainly seemed in no laughing predicament; her hair streamed on her shoulders, dripping with snow and water; she was dressed in the girlish dress she commonly wore, befitting her age more than her position: a low frock with short sleeves, and nothing on either head or neck.
  58. She certainly seemed in no laughing predicament: her hair streamed on her shoulders, dripping with snow and water; she was dressed in the girlish dress she commonly wore, befitting her age more than her position: a low frock with short sleeves, and nothing on either head or neck.
  59. It remains now to offer a reflection on the relation between the two great mysteries of the Fourth Gospel; and this must be done with a befitting sense of the awe under which it becomes sinful men to adventure into that Holiest Place, which has been 'opened’ to us by the Eternal Love.
  60. I could scarcely refrain from smiling at this antipathy to the poor fellow; who was a well-made, athletic youth, good-looking in features, and stout and healthy, but attired in garments befitting his daily occupations of working on the farm and lounging among the moors after rabbits and game.
  61. I could scarcely refrain from smiling at this antipathy to the poor fellow; who was a well-made, athletic youth, good-looking in features, and stout and healthy, but attired in garments befitting his daily occupations of working on the farm, and lounging among the moors after rabbits and game.
  62. There was not the faintest note of complaint or reproach in the poor old man's words ; on the contrary, it was perfectly evident that he had not noticed anything spiteful in Liza's words, and had accepted her shout as something quite befitting, that is, that it was quite right to pitch into him for his remissness.
  63. On the decease of an important personage, slaves have to be sacrificed, guns and spears snapped, bow strings carefully cut, arrows split, and the odd utensils, such as plates, calabashes, &c, cracked; and thus the spirit of the departed native makes its exit in a manner befitting its rank, attended by the spirits of every needful commodity, from slaves to the deceased's ditty pipe.
  64. If the meaning of life is to have a meaning, he faced her voice expecting to see mother, lover, or goddess – something befitting a game, a hallucination, or a near death experience – but all he saw was the face of everything he had ever loved looking as if it were a poisonous viper that he had beaten to death each day of his life as payment to rise from his chaining bed of privilege.
  65. Four days were spent in thinking what name to give him, because (as he said to himself) it was not right that a horse belonging to a knight so famous, and one with such merits of his own, should be without some distinctive name, and he strove to adapt it so as to indicate what he had been before belonging to a knight-errant, and what he then was; for it was only reasonable that, his master taking a new character, he should take a new name, and that it should be a distinguished and full-sounding one, befitting the new order and calling he was about to follow.
  66. Joys of the life befitting me and brothers mine,.
  67. It was befitting that they would both die together,.
  1. He lived as befitted a Randlord.
  2. She was dressed modestly in black, as befitted her station in life.
  3. The intendant was careful to bring them up as befitted their real rank, and soon.
  4. He however showed magnanimity, as befitted a sovereign, and accepted to dance with her.
  5. His form befitted a warrior and nothing else, for this man was hardened through and through.
  6. How bright did Newton think he was to change what the cosmos gave Kepler to something that befitted.
  7. But their warlike reputation still befitted them as one of the best mercenary forces money could buy.
  8. Politely, but in dignified terms, as befitted his errand, he briefly explained the motive for his visit.
  9. The Baroque style was theatrical and extravagant as befitted a huge rockstar who had made it big as an overnight success.
  10. As befitted a woman with her reputation, she carried a number of antique weapons, including a sword, a bow, a lance, a dagger and an ax.
  11. There wasn’t the slightest trace of reserved politeness that would have befitted two people who don’t know anything about each other yet.
  12. And he acted the parts too, sometimes crying or laughing, waving his hands at times, or his legs, and waggling his ears as befitted the tale.
  13. Cathleen Calvert Hilton stood alone as befitted one whose husband had helped bring about the present tragedy, her faded sunbonnet hiding her bowed face.
  14. All the way Petya had been preparing himself to behave with Denisov as befitted a grownup man and an officer- without hinting at their previous acquaintance.
  15. Al sat bent over the wheel, proud and serious and efficient, and Pa and Uncle John, as befitted the heads of the clan, had the honor seats beside the driver.
  16. Miss Ingram rose solemnly: I go first, she said, in a tone which might have befitted the leader of a forlorn hope, mounting a breach in the van of his men.
  17. He’d helped her not to be so bitter and it had been good to have someone to please, who had responded with kind praise and adoration that befitted that of a loving grandfather.
  18. With these words the captive held his peace, and Don Fernando said to him, In truth, captain, the manner in which you have related this remarkable adventure has been such as befitted the novelty and.
  19. The men would not let the ladies take the trouble of moving, and, as befitted the stronger sex, they manfully took on themselves the burden of putting the food on the ladies’ plates and of filling their glasses.
  20. The mood of these songs was hushed, as befitted songs written when a child was sleeping, but not all of my songs were written to be sung, in Joni Mitchell’s memorable phrase, to the sound hole and your knee.
  21. Myserrah, after registering sudden surprise, lapsed into the same hate-filled glare, which was now overlaid with a surliness that befitted his apparent realization of the new reversed position that he found himself in.
  22. Bernheim was also in attendance, but he disposed his valet, his motor car and himself in the luxurious Hôtel d’Orange, as befitted a man of his quality; also he was in attendance not on Ottilie, but on the princess, who at that time was three years younger and a trifle less painted.
  23. Practically in town, it seemed best not to risk the chance of meeting another diesel spill further along the road so a quick decision was made to veer off into the centre of Sinop, once again cutting less of an impressive figure than befitted two international tandemists on entering a new town.
  1. Therein, you can choose the precise subject or topic that befits.
  2. It is all grim and solid and massive, as befits the heart of a great nation.
  3. I will go naked, on my knees, as befits a suppliant, lest Mitra deem I lack humility.
  4. Sire, will you allow me to speak frankly as befits a loyal soldier? he asked to gain time.
  5. At the entry to each person's universe there is a grand colonnade or gate as befits the man living in the universe at the end of that colonnade.
  6. As befits a soldier, Aunt, I don’t force myself on anyone or refuse anything, he said before he had time to consider what he was saying.
  7. It is quite true that we did not present ourselves humbly, like your flatterers and parasites, but holding up our heads as befits independent men.
  8. Now, says Kate, compleating my Toilette, ’twill ne’er do to wear this nasty red Garter, which, methinks, more befits a Witch than a Bride.
  9. The rough-and-tumble work in Afghanistan, coming on the top of a natural Bohemianism of disposition, has made me rather more lax than befits a medical man.
  10. But know this! I felt nothing but satisfaction to see you whip her as you did, to see her squirm and cry as befits the colossally spoiled brat that she sometimes is!.
  11. This verse denotes that the Almighty watches all what those infidels put and secrete in their spirits of wicked yearnings, and therefore He drives to them what befits their states.
  12. They perceived something floating, steered for the edge like ships, as they are, and slowly directed their course toward the brioche, with the stupid majesty which befits white creatures.
  13. If the thought that things looked bad chanced to enter anyone’s head, he tried to be as cheerful as befits a good soldier and not to think of the general trend of affairs, but only of the task nearest to hand.
  14. Know that I enclose this small Memento as but a Token of my fiery Passion for you, and also as but a modest Harbinger of the Riches that may be yours, if you will agree to let me care for you as befits your Splendour in the Arts of Love.
  15. The pavilion, built of stone in the taste of Mansard, wainscoted and furnished in the Watteau style, rocaille on the inside, old-fashioned on the outside, walled in with a triple hedge of flowers, had something discreet, coquettish, and solemn about it, as befits a caprice of love and magistracy.
  16. When one has passed one's time in enduring upon earth the spectacle of the great airs which reasons of state, the oath, political sagacity, human justice, professional probity, the austerities of situation, incorruptible robes all assume, it solaces one to enter a sewer and to behold the mire which befits it.

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