Word:

Behoove

Be`hoove´
v. t.1.To be necessary for; to be fit for; to be meet for, with respect to necessity, duty, or convenience; - mostly used impersonally.
[imp. & p. p. Behooved ( ); p. pr. & vb. n. Behooving.]
And thus it behooved Christ to suffer.
- Luke xxiv. 46.
v. i.1.To be necessary, fit, or suitable; to befit; to belong as due.
n.1.Advantage; behoof.
It shall not be to his behoove.
- Gower.
Verb1.behoove - be appropriate or necessary; "IT behooves us to reflect on this matter"
Synonyms: behove
behove, conform to, fit, meet
Browse
Behind
Behind one's back
Behind the curtain
Behind the scenes
behind-the-scenes
Behindhand
Behither
Behmen
Behmenism
Behold
Beholden
Beholder
Beholding
Beholdingness
Behoof
Behoovable
-- Behoove --
Behooveful
Behove
Behovely
Behowl
Behrens
Behring
Beige
beige toaster
beigel
Beijing
Beijing dialect
Beild
Being
beingness
Beira
Beirut
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