Behaved in a sentence

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How to use behaved in a sentence. Behaved pronunciation.

Oh, I assure you I behaved quite nicely.
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I never knew a man who behaved like you do.
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I'd heard something about her that made me wild, and I came and behaved like a fool.
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Mrs. Baker (relict, it was understood, of a military officer who had fallen in Eastern warfare) behaved to the young ladies with much friendliness.
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She, delighted with the success of her stratagem, and careless of what might result from it, behaved more companionably.
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Yet, if that were his disposition, he concealed it perfectly; no one could have behaved with more finished courtesy.
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Anxious to conciliate the girl in every honest way, Mary behaved to her with the same external respect as ever, and without a hint of express guardianship.
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You, Beatrice, said it was about time I behaved like a man.
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I'm sorry I behaved in that way when you talked of coming to Falmouth; it wasn't meant as you seem to think.
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You've behaved disgracefully yourself -oh!
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So far from seeking to impress her visitor with a pose of social superiority, she behaved to him as though his presence honoured as much as it delighted her; look, tone, bearing, each was a flattery which no obtuseness could fail to apprehend, and Crewe's countenance proved him anything but inappreciative.
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On his admittance, Tarrant sat alone for nearly five minutes in a pretentiously furnished room-just the room in which he had expected to find Nancy's relative; the delay and the surroundings exasperated his nervous mood, so that, when the lady entered, he behaved with slighter courtesy than became his breeding.
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All the old troubles were revived; from morning to night the house rang with brawls between mistress and servants; in the paroxysms favoured by her physical condition, Ada behaved like a candidate for Bedlam, and more than once obliged her husband to seek temporary peace in lodgings.
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I behaved wickedly, I deserted my little children.
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He looked so ill, and behaved with such lack of self-restraint, that Nancy kept her eyes upon him in an awestricken gaze, as though watching some one on the headlong way to destruction.
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We lived there at a boardinghouse, and she behaved badly, very badly.
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In the pursuit of an ideal which I fear you cannot understand, I subdue my pride, and confess how basely I behaved to you.
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This ideal Shakespear was too well behaved to get drunk; therefore the tradition that his death was hastened by a drinking bout with Jonson and Drayton must be rejected, and the remorse of Cassio treated as a thing observed, not experienced: nay, the disgust of Hamlet at the drinking customs of Denmark is taken to establish Shakespear as the superior of Alexander in self-control, and the greatest of teetotallers.
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Officers and men behaved with perfect coolness.
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The members of the detachment behaved with the utmost coolness, all working together to remove these obstructions, and not a man sought shelter, although a dropping fire was striking around the detachment, from some source.
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Examples of Behaved

Example #1
Then he tried another tone, and said very different things-the kind of thing one likes to hear, you know; but I pretended that I didn't care for it a bit.
Example #2
However, Mr. Cobb came, and I saw him alone.
Example #3
You seem to think the way to make anyone like you is to bully them.
Example #4
You always speak as if I couldn't help myself.
Example #5
The truth is,' Cobb replied, 'we were quarrelling.
Example #6
I feel just now as if I could go and cut my throat, that's the fact.