personal bearing or conduct; demeanor; behavior.
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How to use comportment in a sentence
Because of Henie’s youth, she could get away with “improper” comportment and do many of the same things that the men were attempting at the time.The Quad Jump Revolution Has Transformed Women’s Figure Skating. How Far Will It Go? | Dvora Meyers | February 3, 2022 | FiveThirtyEight
Mahmud and Shejk’s nondescript appearances and comportment only underscore their amazing valor.The Real-Life Superheroes Rescuing ISIS Sex Slaves | Nick Schager | July 30, 2021 | The Daily Beast
A level top tube implies a bicycle of classical proportions and dignified comportment.
Dress and comportment are the same as for any daytime meal in a nice place, but you might want to check with the castle before making dinner reservations.Miss Manners: Newspaper rule still applies, even in digital age | Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin | May 31, 2021 | Washington Post
And those now have very little to do with any notion of excellence, either of character or of comportment.Tina Brown: Why Kim Kardashian Isn’t ‘Aspirational' | Tina Brown | April 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The comportment of beef in an atmosphere of carbonic acid, to which carbonic oxide has been added, is curious.
She noted the trim figure of him in its peculiar garb, the proud carriage, the even and easy comportment under insult.Tharon of Lost Valley | Vingie E. Roe
He did everything right—too right; and in dress and comportment was inevitably correct.The Strength of the Strong | Jack London
His subjects regarded him with fear and trembling, and his comportment toward his weaker neighbors was a growing menace.A Prince of Anahuac | James A. Porter
They had stepped beyond the bounds of gentlemanly comportment, he contended.The Sheriff of Badger | George B. Pattullo
British Dictionary definitions for comportment
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