to clasp all around or on all sides.
to darken or obscure with clouds. to make confused: Angry words beclouded the issue. Historical Examples This decision made both Northern and Southern agents anxious and the latter took steps further to becloud the status of the Rams. Great Britain and the American Civil War Ephraim Douglass Adams These only becloud, they do not help […]
to come, change, or grow to be (as specified): He became tired. to come into being. to be attractive on; befit in appearance; look well on: That gown becomes you. to be suitable or necessary to the dignity, situation, or responsibility of: conduct that becomes an officer. become of, to happen to; be the fate […]