Verb(1) behave well or properly(2) behave in a certain manner
(1) they do all that nature and art can do to comport with his will(2) the actions that comport with her own liberal views(3) Another pair of vases by Kitty Blake found Ôö¼├║500 and a comport by H Price Ôö¼├║720.(4) The more we watched him, the more we read his speeches and studied his positions, the more we saw him comport himself in debate, the more we learned about his life story, the more our editorial board came to conclude he's a cut above the others.(5) There were the two world wars, during which he comported himself well.(6) Yes, Bob, I'm sweet and pleasant and I can comport myself properly at a family barbeque.(7) That would be the option of theistic evolution, which to me is not a logical choice because it requires elements of faith that simply don't comport with science and logic.(8) I think it was a very, very important day in American history, and the judges comported themselves as if it were a very important day.(9) What about the way modern players comport themselves compared to previous generations?(10) And that's too bad, when you recall the class and comparative refinement of such gridiron heroes as Barry Sanders and Emmett Smith and how they comported themselves following a score.(11) LFB has an excellent reputation for customer service, which comports with my experience.(12) Sure, she didn't make the cut, but she comported herself well and showed enough skill to indicate that if she played the men's PGA tour regularly, she would be one of the better players.(13) Of course, the television audience was less interested in the arguments than it was in the performance of the candidates - how they looked, how they sounded, and how presidentially they comported themselves .(14) Where their predecessors in the ring had both comported themselves as if points were being awarded for artistic impression, these two stand toe to toe and flail at each other with apparently random fists, knees and elbows.(15) That this is true is not to suggest that reality always comports with state law and college rules.(16) In particular, how can doctors be persuaded to comport themselves as scientists?
(1) comport oneself :: comport eich hun
1. conduct ::
2. carry ::
3. behave ::
4. bear ::
5. deport ::
6. acquit ::
Different Formscomport, comported, comporting, comportment, comports
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