Definition for conduct

noun as in behavior

verb as in comport oneself

Strongest match


Strong matches

acquit, bear, behave, carry, demean, deport, quit

Weak match

go on

verb as in transport

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Example Sentences

There is, however, a separate wing of AQAP designed to inspire their followers to conduct attacks against the West.

Together, they crossed over the International Bridges on foot into Juarez to conduct some business.

Before his writing days, London used the Oakland establishment to conduct his studies.

By drawing boundaries against wrongful conduct, law provides a protective zone of freedom within those boundaries.

Were they innocent victims or did they conduct themselves in a manner that would naturally lead to their demise?

The watchword of conduct that will clear up all our difficulties is, the plain truth.

Here was a return for his frankness—his straightforward conduct—his unequalled liberality.

And there is much in the common experience of life and the common conduct of business that seems to support this view.

As against the pain she inflicted, he had been generous, long-suffering— therefore his conduct was 'beautiful and precious.'

Be this as it may, his conduct during the campaign justified the suspicion with which he was regarded by friend and foe.


On this page you'll find 281 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conduct, such as: charge, handling, management, manipulation, oversight, and plan.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.