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Synonyms for conduct

Synonyms for conduct

to control the course of (an activity)

to engage in (a war or campaign, for example)

to serve as a conduit

the manner in which one behaves

Synonyms for conduct

direct the course of

lead, as in the performance of a composition

transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

lead musicians in the performance of

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Besides, fictitious narratives lead us to imagine the possibility of many events that are impossible; and even the most faithful histories, if they do not wholly misrepresent matters, or exaggerate their importance to render the account of them more worthy of perusal, omit, at least, almost always the meanest and least striking of the attendant circumstances; hence it happens that the remainder does not represent the truth, and that such as regulate their conduct by examples drawn from this source, are apt to fall into the extravagances of the knight-errants of romance, and to entertain projects that exceed their powers.
It is because you have not a mind large enough to see that there is anything better than your own conduct and your own petty aims.
I don't see that your conduct is better, or your aims either.
Well," said Tom, with cold scorn, "if your feelings are so much better than mine, let me see you show them in some other way than by conduct that's likely to disgrace us all,--than by ridiculous flights first into one extreme and then into another.
He must either have been very unfortunate in his intercourse with the world, or possess a heart very susceptible of such impressions, who can think it probable that the President and two thirds of the Senate will ever be capable of such unworthy conduct.
It is only of a piece with the rest of his conduct,' observed Mr.
Yes, delighted; though I was angered by Arthur's conduct, and though I felt that he had wronged me, and was determined he should feel it too.
It is very unfair to judge of any body's conduct, without an intimate knowledge of their situation.
But is it the custom for the officers in the English navy to place themselves at the service of their female compatriots when they land in a port of Great Britain, and carry their gallantry so far as to conduct them ashore?
I received orders to go and take charge of you on the sea, and to conduct you to this castle.
of course; but that refers to our conduct towards each other.
Bloomfield were not the only guests whose coming to Wellwood House annoyed me; every visitor disturbed me more or less; not so much because they neglected me (though I did feel their conduct strange and disagreeable in that respect), as because I found it impossible to keep my pupils away from them, as I was repeatedly desired to do: Tom must talk to them, and Mary Ann must be noticed by them.
I strained every nerve to do so: by striving to amuse them, I endeavoured to attract them to my side; by the exertion of such authority as I possessed, and by such severity as I dared to use, I tried to deter them from tormenting the guests; and by reproaching their unmannerly conduct, to make them ashamed to repeat it.
She assured me that my character and general conduct were unexceptionable; but the children had made so little improvement since my arrival that Mr.
Gleneagles CRC, a major clinical research and drug development company based in Singapore, was earlier selected to conduct the main part of the trial in Australia, with patient recruitment slated to start by the end of 2006.