And a truly bad ticker does not comport well with the stress of a presidential campaign.
He was a memorable teacher nonetheless, simply by providing himself as an example in how to comport yourself.
According to the court, any other interpretation did not comport with the well-established meaning of “continue.”
It is no matter that in real life fact may not comport with the statements of fiction.
comport thyself as I do bid thee and art a made man indeed.'
Nor did he fail to comport himself as not only that intimation, but the whole tenor of his character, gave reason to anticipate.
How was she to comport herself in the society of all these high and haughty dames?
For hours Evan, in a trance, half stupefied, had to listen to the Countess's directions how he was to comport himself in Lymport.
This surely, sir, does not comport with the conduct of the House.
In every way they comport themselves just as old ducks do and not at all in the ways of their hen mother.