Third-person singular simple present indicative form of behoove.(verb)
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Use "behooves" in a sentence
"But when dealing with a transcription and Romanicization of a language that you are unfamiliar with, surely it behooves yeah, I said "behooves" and I wasn't calling you "Shirley" the person preparing the document to check with someone who is familiar with the that language."
"I think it "behooves" the IOC to prove that this relay route is NOT a political stunt by China when they know damn well what the situation is!"
"Second, as with business habitats, it behooves America to viscerally understand, without judgment, the truth and social reality that is the heart and mind of a Muslim."