A manner of personal conduct; behavior. See Synonyms at behavior.(noun)
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Use "deportment" in a sentence
"Her deportment is excellent as are her mental powers, and her desire for knowledge is an incentive to all in the school."
"You like to be prim and neat, and to be good in deportment and ahead in your studies."
"Those are truly honourable, and those only, in place of power and trust, who make conscience of their duty, and whose deportment is agreeable to their preferment."