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Spell Check of becoming

Correct spelling: becoming

Definition of becoming:

  1. Suitable; befitting; graceful.

Common misspellings for becoming:

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Google Ngram Viewer results for becoming:

This graph shows how "becoming" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for becoming:

  1. In terms of writing about horses, I fell backwards into that. I was intent on getting a Ph. D., becoming a professor, and writing on history but I got sick 14 years ago when I was 19. Getting sick derailed that plan completely.
  2. I mean, all alternative comedy is are comedians that have being doing it for so long, for so long, that they were relaxed enough to start becoming personal on stage.
  3. Modern travelling is not travelling at all; it is merely being sent to a place, and very little different from becoming a parcel.
  4. You grow up in a Sicilian household, becoming an actor is not a big leap.
  5. I'm becoming a frustrated director, I think, in an actor's body.