Etymology: Latin comportare, to bring together, from com-, together + portare, to carry; probably via French comporter, to behave
- To behave (usually reflexive) in a particular manner.
- She comported herself with grace.
- (intransitive) To be in agreement with; of an accord.
- The new rules did not seem to with the spirit of the club.
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