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comportment in a sentence

Example sentences for comportment

In some circles, of course, this is regarded as the comportment of visionaries.
The government has even turned its attention to such details as student dress and comportment.
The candidate truly was outstanding in comportment and credentials, and he was recognized as such by the search committee.
So different-in age, colouring and comportment-they nevertheless share some connection.
It should be emphasized that the problem remained one of comportment.
The term for such poor comportment-flaming-became one of the first bits of net jargon to enter common usage.
Trouble is, it wasn't supposed to be public, so maybe the expectations for presidential comportment should be relaxed.
The other examines his decidedly unnatural comportment in the presence of ordinary people.
We proceeded with the pat-down, which he conducted with all courtesy and professional comportment.
He would retain this conscientious and considerate trait, this regard for comportment, till the end of his life.
Findings revealed considerable tension between popularity as public comportment and friendship as private communication.
Schizophrenia is a clinical syndrome involving a number of complex abnormalities of human perception, cognition, and comportment.
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