deportment[ dih-pawrt-muh nt, -pohrt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF deportment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPORTMENT
Nothing can be changed, and the deportment class has very wisely been abolished.
It was almost as if his lordship were giving the Colonel a lesson in deportment.
His wife added to this care uneasiness as to the deportment of her three maidens.
Society had taught her tact, grace, and elegance of deportment.
In other respects, the deportment of the females was strictly unexceptionable.
At thirteen she was married, which had a good effect on her deportment.
She also taught him dancing and deportment, and to sew on a button.
Madeleine was not struck by any singularity in his deportment.
They found her person agreeable and her deportment dignified.
He was my superior in everything—in games, in studies, in quarrels, and in deportment.