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How to use comport in a sentence
According to the court, any other interpretation did not comport with the well-established meaning of “continue.”Close Call for Native American Rights in Ruling on Baby Girl|Marcia Zug|June 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This reported contentment is hardly a surprise: the index's results comport with similar recent polls.
He was a memorable teacher nonetheless, simply by providing himself as an example in how to comport yourself.Frank Hall, Coach Who Chased the Chardon High School Gunman, Is a Hero|Michael Daly|February 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And a truly bad ticker does not comport well with the stress of a presidential campaign.
If one judges people in part by the way they and their family comport themselves—and we all do—then the verdict is clear.
The gentlemen awaited her with impatience, the ladies with curiosity, to see how she would comport herself in her new situation.
He told his disciples that they would be dragged before the judges, and gave them advice as to how they should comport themselves.My Religion|Leo Tolstoy
To use the words of Prof. Venable, they do not "comport with the general delicacy of the book."Etidorhpa or the End of Earth.|John Uri Lloyd
In every way they comport themselves just as old ducks do and not at all in the ways of their hen mother.Our Domestic Birds|John H. Robinson
Does it comport with our honor and dignity to admit into our ports and harbors the very vessels destroying our commerce?