behave


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  • verb

Synonyms for behave

act

Synonyms

  • act
  • react
  • conduct yourself
  • acquit yourself
  • comport yourself

be well-behaved

Synonyms

  • be well-behaved
  • be good
  • be polite
  • mind your manners
  • keep your nose clean
  • act correctly
  • act politely
  • conduct yourself properly

Antonyms

Synonyms for behave

to conduct oneself in a specified way

to react in a specified way

Synonyms for behave

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Take the time to check out the Scottish dog laws and, before you are ordered to get your dog under control, enroll in classes to help you keep your dog calm and allow it to behave in a manner that makes everyone happy.
When people belong to one another, linked by trusting relationships, adopt positive values borne out of strong belief and behave according to those values, we begin to see human flourishing and healthy communities.
If they don't behave, I turn it off or I put Radio 2 on.
If we could all teach our animals to behave then goats everywhere would have a better name.
But scant information exists about how the tubes would behave in the environment, notes Jae-Hong Kim, an environmental engineer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Offering poor kids money in order to behave properly is just a victory for those who misbehave.
Nanotechnology is emerging in a wide variety of applications, yet unfortunately very little is known about the environmental implications of engineered nanomaterials, of possible ways to handle engineered nanomaterials as environmental pollutants, or of how nanomaterials behave in the environment when used for remediation.
We live in some dream world where people behave the way made-up history, tells us they behave.
Raedecker has always engaged in material oscillations, asking thread to behave as pigment and calling on traditionally "low" means to produce "high" ends.
In April 2002, Zogby International polled college seniors nationwide; 97 percent of the 401 respondents said that their college studies were preparing them to behave ethically.
NET and the Internet, these applications, and the way they behave, are always at risk.
If we Americans behave in Iraq as we behave in other countries, upon Baghdad's surrender we will fly in teams of population controllers and 'gender advisers,' "Mosher continues.
An earlier model of line width covers the limit of very small, weak defects where the magnetization is expected to behave mostly uniformly.
This is really the essence of making systems behave in an intelligent manner.