Origin of comportment
Examples from the Web for comportment
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|DAILY BEAST
The comportment of beef in an atmosphere of carbonic acid, to which carbonic oxide has been added, is curious.
His comportment was cheerful in a sober fashion, notwithstanding the transparent perturbation of his spirit.The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete|George Meredith
He did everything right—too right; and in dress and comportment was inevitably correct.The Strength of the Strong|Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for comportment
Word Origin and History for comportment
c.1600, from Middle French comportement "bearing, behavior," from comporter (13c.) "to be disposed, arranged, laid out," from Latin comportare (see comport).