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The sedateness of his deportment and the apparent regularity of his life delighted austere moralists.
It comprehends hearty good will towards everybody, thorough and constant good-humor, an easy deportment, and obliging manners.
An affected and pretentious woman is all deportment and words; a sensible woman shows her sense by her behaviour.
He had a Spanish name, spoke Spanish, and affected the grave deportment of a Spanish don.
She looked around and saw a hundred of her sex practising the well-bred deportment that Mrs. Considine had preached.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
You may know it by all these signs of mahogany furniture, and leather upholstery, and waiters of reverential deportment.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
His deportment at this solemn ceremony, as related by a church dignitary, was fully edifying.
There was one among the guards of the prison, a young man, who was always kinder in his deportment to us than any of the others.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
Her features, her air, her deportment, announced something which did not belong to mortal.
This process effected a total change of deportment in the small rabble that stood looking on.

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