beseem[bē sēm′, bi-]
beseem definition by Webster's New World
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Archaic to be suitable or appropriate (to): what appears to be the direct object of the verb (e.g., him in “it ill beseems him”) is really the indirect object
Origin: Middle English bisemen: see be- and amp; seem
beseem definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb be·seemed, be·seem·ing, be·seems Archaic
To be appropriate for; befit.
Origin: Middle English bisemen : bi-, be- + semen, to seem; see seem.