comport definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To carry out or behave (oneself) in a particular manner: Comport your self with self-esteem.
    • To bear; to endure; to brook; to put with.
    • to transport; to conduct; -- with a reflexive pronoun.
    • To carry out or respond (oneself) in a certain way: Comport yourself with dignity.
    • To bear; to withstand; to brook; to put with.
    • to transport; to carry out; -- with a reflexive pronoun.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To agree, match, or harmonize: a foreign plan that comports utilizing the principles of democracy.
    • To keep or withstand; to put on (with).
    • To agree; to accord; to match; -- sometimes accompanied by with.
    • To agree, match, or harmonize: a foreign policy that comports utilizing the axioms of democracy.
    • To bear or endure; to put on (with).
    • To concur; to accord; to match; -- sometimes accompanied by with.
  • noun:
    • method of acting; conduct; deportment.
    • Manner of acting; behavior; conduct; deportment.
    • Behavior; conduct; demeanor; manner of acting.
    • A perverted type in trade magazines. etc., of compote. 2.
    • Manner of acting; conduct; deportment.
    • Manner of acting; behavior; conduct; deportment.
    • Behavior; conduct; demeanor; manner of acting.
    • A perverted type in trade catalogues. etc., of compote. 2.
  • others:
    • become suitable; consent; agreement; fit; match: followed by with (formerly in addition by unto).
    • To keep; endure: with with.
    • To respond; conduct: with a reflexive pronoun.
    • To bear; withstand.
    • is suitable; consent; accord; fit; match: followed closely by with (previously in addition by unto).
    • To keep; withstand: with with.
    • To behave; conduct: with a reflexive pronoun.
    • To keep; withstand.
  • verb:
    • behave in a certain way
    • behave well or correctly
    • behave in a certain manner
    • behave well or properly

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