Noun(1) (behavioral attributes
(1) Her hospitality is only equaled by her charity, her graceful deportment by her goodness of heart.(2) There's no way to know how nervous these folks are, or how vexed they must be to have their work judged by their deportment .(3) This award will be presented to Mr. Chapman for reaching the highest marks for, academic achievement, conduct and deportment , and involvement in sports and outside activities.(4) there are team rules governing deportment on and off the field(5) The most important things a squire learns from his lord, Milord, are skill at arms and the proper deportment of a knight.(6) Manners are made up of trivialities of deportment which can be easily learned if one does not happen to know them; manner is personality - the outward manifestation of one's innate character and attitude toward life.(7) It conjures up images of upper class society, a world of fancy dress balls and rules for deportment that are anathema to my very soul.(8) Since antiquity, rules for deportment have guided the behaviour of the more privileged classes and those who served them.(9) For style in its widest sense is not merely the beauty or the grace or the conventional deportment of language, but its whole expressive apparatus, its breadth of capability.(10) It has nothing to do with breeding and everything to do with deportment , propriety, and education.(11) Employees in foreign banks are not very different except in their manner of deportment and remuneration.(12) Morris described it as ├ö├ç├┐unobtrusive, quiet and retiring, without being shy, humble and homely in its deportment and habits, sober and unpretending in its dress.├ö├ç├û(13) Of course, to gain that aura, the chefs have also had to brush up on their social skills, mannerisms, deportment and general knowledge.(14) poise is directly concerned with good deportment(15) He couldn't have been sweeter or more relaxed and gets a gold star for his deportment .(16) The deportment of Buddhist monks and novices is governed by many exacting rules, and phenomenological accounts of this celibate, contemplative way of life are available in a number of texts.
(1) deportment :: houding
1. behavior ::
2. conduct ::
3. performance ::
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