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Synonyms for comport

comport with something

Synonyms

  • suit
  • fit
  • agree with
  • coincide with
  • accord with
  • square with
  • be appropriate to
  • correspond with
  • tally with
  • harmonize with

comport yourself

Synonyms

  • behave yourself
  • act
  • carry yourself
  • bear yourself
  • conduct yourself
  • acquit yourself

Synonyms for comport

to conduct oneself in a specified way

comport with: to be compatible or in correspondence

Synonyms for comport

References in classic literature ?
Chance had it, though, that he glanced out of the doorway of the cook's tent at the very moment that Kai Shang and Momulla approached the entrance to his, and he thought that he noted a stealthiness in their movements that comported poorly with amicable or friendly intentions, and then, just as they two slunk within the interior, Gust caught a glimpse of the long knife which Momulla the Maori was then carrying behind his back.
The honor of leading in the Freshman classes fluctuated between Anne, Gilbert and Philippa; Priscilla did very well; Charlie Sloane scraped through respectably, and comported himself as complacently as if he had led in everything.
Towards the Marshal, who was a Marshal of many years' standing, and with whom he had never had any previous difference, Mr Dorrit comported himself with severity.
457, 463-64 (1940), has its origins in a 1917 decision that referred to both 'fair play' and 'substantial justice' when the Supreme Court considered whether service by publication comported with the due process clause.
Moreover, his duties largely comported with the services typically offered by a CPA.
They sang the National Anthem, and comported themselves respectfully.