conduct

[ noun kon-duhkt; verb kuhn-duhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF conduct

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDUCT

So certain was he as to the exact locality, that he offered to conduct a party to the place.

A party of fugitives were to meet her in a wood, that she might conduct them North.

How little has been the effect of this example on the conduct of the enemy!

At least they will be my standard of conduct in the path before me.

Heaven forbid that their conduct, in one particular, should savour of injustice.

The purity and disinterestedness of their conduct should be made apparent.

Sent her back her letters—with a tickler to herself on her conduct.

My conduct must then have a faulty appearance at least, and I will endeavour to rectify it.

They also know how to conduct themselves according to times and seasons.

By these rules of conduct, we hope to be known to all peoples.

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