Behoove

• (v. i.) To be necessary, fit, or suitable; to befit; to belong as due. • (n.) Advantage; behoof. • (v. t.) To be necessary for; to be fit for; to be meet for, with respect to necessity, duty, or convenience; -- mostly used impersonally.
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behoove

behove verb be appropriate or necessary; `It behooves us to reflect on this matter`
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Behoove

Be·hoove' intransitive verb To be necessary, fit, or suitable; to befit; to belong as due. Chaucer.
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Behoove

Be·hoove' noun Advantage; behoof. [ Obsolete] « It shall not be to his behoove . Gower. »
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Behoove

Be·hoove' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Behooved ; present participle & verbal noun Behooving .] [ Middle English bihoven , behoven , Anglo-Saxon beh...fian to have need of, from beh...f . Se...
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behoove

be appropriate or necessary
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behoove

[v] - be appropriate or necessary
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