It is my sincere wish that the new royal couple will feel, through your behaviour, loving trust.
But there is more to this behaviour than intentional amnesia.
The character and behaviour of plants would change, some for the better, some for worse.
[W]e can't repair the effects of past behaviour on our atmosphere as quickly and as easily as we might cleanse a stream or river.
“His behaviour as a parliamentary candidate has brought the party into disrepute,” he said.
And the best way would be, to contrive some means of making her behaviour recoil upon her own head.
That Tom's behaviour will appear tepid, in these vigorous days, is to be feared.
The messengers came back discomfited, and the behaviour grew more wanton and defiant.
A group of sappers near by seemed unaffected by his behaviour.
The behaviour of vitreous silica under sudden changes of temperature is most remarkable.
behavior be·hav·ior (bĭ-hāv'yər)
The actions or reactions of persons or things in response to external or internal stimuli.
The manner in which one behaves.