Have Become in a sentence

How to use Have Become in a Sentence?

  • And how they have become so metamorphosed is the question.
  • I am poor and you have become great.
  • I have become a victim to her glances.
  • And we have become acquainted through battle.
  • I have become much interested in her.

Short Example Sentence for Have Become

  • What will have become of him?
  • What can have become of her?
  • We have become outcasts.
  • Pensions have become jobs.
  • What could have become of him?
  • How handsome you have become.
  • You have become respectable.
  • Why should they have become discontented?
  • What could have become of it?
  • What could have become of them?
  • What can have become of these houris?
  • Ye have become enlightened.
  • What would have become of them?
  • What could have become of her?
  • Lately you have become dishonest.
  • What would have become of me?
  • But what can have become of those to whom she belongs?
  • You have become bold.
  • You have become my divinity.
  • We have become more tolerant with the years.
  • I have become afraid of everyone.
  • Your accomplices have become your tormentors.
  • Those words have become famous.
  • My own people have become nothing to me.
  • My suspicions have become certainties.
  • How they have become so we cannot exactly explain.
  • She seemed to have become more contemplative.
  • Satrapies have become tyrannies in all ages.
  • At length you have become sensible.
  • It is not that the fields have become populous.
  • Our lives have become interwoven.
  • Even we have become rangers of the wilderness.
  • All things have become new.
  • We have become a world-nation.
  • The antagonists have become excited.