In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Indeed what a befitting gift for us from his government.
- But though they put on their best face, And tried to cover their disgrace, Folks thought it a befitting place For them, up in a Hayloft.
- What could be more befitting tribute than a poignant musical evening, bejeweled with similar soothing melodies, to a person for whom music was soul in itself.
- For the National Symphony Orchestra, it might be befitting to continue with an American conductor (the type that also knows the fund-raising business best in the country).
- That is a mortal trait, not a befitting attribute for an angel.
- Our forces are fully capable to give a befitting reply to our enemy.
- We should play our part by communicating what we think is more befitting.
- Similarly, if a husband decides to part ways with his wife he is directed to do so in a befitting manner.
- In the wake of any aggression, we are capable of giving a befitting reply.
- The government has also arranged programmes to observe the day in a befitting manner.
- Perhaps the words labour of love are used too often, as those three words are no more befitting than they are right here.
- I personally appeal for the exhibition of honesty by our kingmakers in the selection of a befitting personality for the kingly crown.
- What a befitting gift.
- It was felt that the organization should ensure that people know about Human rights and get their rights in a befitting manner.
- It was a befitting gift to a great mentor by an equally grateful disciple.
- And I thought she couldn't have looked, actually - dare I use the word more regal, and very well-suited and befitting for the occasion.
- She has given befitting names to two of her shops:.
- The English translation, as expected, is splendid in its attempt at tracking the most befitting word and word order.
- Recently, our family has been discussing what would be a befitting, honorable tribute to his life.
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