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Deportment vs. Deporture

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  • Deportment (noun)

    Bearing; manner of presenting oneself.

    "bearing|comportment|posture"

    "Her deportment impressed her interviewers."

  • Deportment (noun)

    Conduct; public behavior.

    "behavior|conduct"

    "Their deportment changed visibly as the policeman approached."

  • Deportment (noun)

    Apparent level of schooling or training.

    "His academic deportment did not match his degree record."

  • Deportment (noun)

    Self-discipline.

    "The nun's deportment reflected her vocation."

  • Deporture (noun)

    deportment

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  • Deportment (noun)

    Manner of deporting or demeaning one's self; manner of acting; conduct; carriage; especially, manner of acting with respect to the courtesies and duties of life; behavior; demeanor; bearing.

  • Deporture (noun)

    Deportment.

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