behoove

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To suit; to befit
To be necessary
To be in one's best interest

It behooves us to be prepared. We will begin a series of atomic bomb drills ... / Becomes necessary, Mr. Hupfer, said Mrs. Baker, as in 'It behooves us to raise our hands before we ask a question..

{v} to be fit, be meet, become
To be necessary, fit, or suitable; to befit; to belong as due
To be necessary for; to be fit for; to be meet for, with respect to necessity, duty, or convenience; mostly used impersonally
Advantage; behoof
be appropriate or necessary; "IT behooves us to reflect on this matter
be appropriate or necessary; "IT behooves us to reflect on this matter"
{f} be worthwhile for
behove
To suit; to befit

Nor does it behove western commentators whose countries are occupying Iraq to lay down conditions for those opposing it.

behove
{v} to be fit, be meet, become
behooved
past of behoove
behooves
third-person singular of behoove
behooving
present participle of behoove
behove
and derivatives
behove
be appropriate or necessary; "IT behooves us to reflect on this matter"
behove
See Behoove, &c
behove
be·hove behoves behoved in AM, use behoove If it behoves you to do something, it is right, necessary, or useful for you to do it. It behoves us to think of these dangers. it behoves sb to do sth used to say that someone should do something because it is right or necessary, or it will help them
behove
{f} be worthwhile for; be considered as proper according to moral standards (alternate spelling for behoove)
behoved
past of behove
behoves
third-person singular of behove
behoving
present participle of behove
behoove
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