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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

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The troupe, in fact, comports itself with the democratic spirit of a modern dance company, and it's this ensemble mood that gets it through the bad times and provides the solidarity it needs to hang on until the good times roll again.
This standard comports with the age-old principle that the burden should generally rest with the party who has control of the facts and records -- in this case, the taxpayer.
The Company noted that in light of recent developments, the acquisition no longer comports with the Company's business plan.
That same treatment appears on the pedestals of three bowls - a large style and two comports.
Effectively, Grant's logic comports with the idea that race pride is a necessary tool in the battle against American racism, even though it must coexist with an ironic understanding that "race" is a social fiction foisted on the world by white capitalist civilization.
As the draft of the President's Health Care Reform Proposal stated, "Legitimate concerns exist about the need for greater clarity concerning enforcement policy and the ability of some health care providers to be sure that their conduct comports with antitrust rules.
a proposed federal action -- regardless of whether it involves new or different technology--must be accompanied by an environmental impact statement or an environmental assessment that comports with applicable standards of judicial review.
Also, it comports with Congressional efforts to subsidize quality converter boxes that provide an alternative for consumers that want to keep their current analog equipment.
Portman comports herself as well as can be expected.
Added Bassel, "We are pleased to be able to move forward on this resort which blends in with its surroundings and comports with the state's desire to save open space in New Jersey's forestlands.
However, we urge you to do so in a way that comports with constitutional principles.
This comports with the "El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan," the vision pursued by radical Chicano activists to recapture territory supposedly stolen from Mexico.
Although the film depicts the New York of the '80s, this detail humorously comports itself with the aesthetic inclinations of pretty-pretty nouveau Color Field painting in LA today.
This standard comports with the common law principle that the burden should generally rest with the party who has control of the facts and records - in this case, the taxpayer.
This acquisition comports with PDMC's objective to become a fully integrated dental company.