Third-person singular simple present indicative form of comport.(verb)
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Use "comports" in a sentence
"I told him that we don't think Tom Delay "comports" himself properly and I could probably get a meeting if Casey had a feeding tube in him instead of being dead for his boss's support of a horrible war."
"You can tell, because his analysis always comports with his personal and political views. abb1 says:"
"Such a proliferation of miracles scarcely comports with the Christian view that God created a universe that operates lawfully, in whose workings He seldom intervenes."