comport[ kuhm-pawrt, -pohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF comport
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPORT
How was she to comport herself in the society of all these high and haughty dames?
This manner of speaking was new, and did not comport with the state or fortunes of the helmsman.
Comport thyself as I do bid thee and art a made man indeed.'
They would not comport with the present condition of things in the Church of God.
If it does not comport with the title of the bill, alter the latter.
This surely, sir, does not comport with the conduct of the House.
Nor do the descriptions of Behemoth and Leviathan comport with the dragon-form.
The reduction will not comport with the safety of the nation.
By being on the alert for sounds, he heard what did not comport with the comfort of his office.
Dick hardly knew how to comport himself in such unwonted company.