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comĀ·portĀ·ment
[kuhm-pawrt-muhnt, -pohrt-]
NOUN
1.
personal bearing or conduct; demeanor; behavior.
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Comportment definition, personal bearing or conduct; demeanor; behavior. See more.

Comportment Synonyms, Comportment Antonyms | Merriam ...

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the way or manner in which one conducts oneself <the comportment of visitors who know that they are in effect their country's goodwill ambassadors> Synonyms ...

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Your comportment is the way you act, especially when you behave well. You might compliment a patient little boy on his comportment as he waits in line for a ...

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Define comportment. comportment synonyms, comportment pronunciation, comportment translation, English dictionary definition of comportment. n. Manner of ...

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'he displayed precisely the comportment expected of the rightful king'. More example sentences. 'There are notable resemblances between the two figures in  ...

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the observable responses, actions, or activities of someone. adj., adj behav´ioral. adaptive behavior behavior that fosters effective or successful individual ...

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comportment (plural comportments) from (verb) comport. The manner in which one behaves or conducts oneself; deportment, bearing. Retrieved from ...