[kuh m-pawrt, -pohrt] /kəmˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt/
verb (used with object)
to bear or conduct (oneself); behave:
He comported himself with dignity.
verb (used without object)
to be in agreement, harmony, or conformity (usually followed by with):
His statement does not comport with the facts.
[kom-pawrt, -pohrt] /ˈkɒm pɔrt, -poʊrt/
a large English glass dish of the 18th century used for holding fruit or candy and having a wide, shallow top supported by heavy stem and foot; compote.
(transitive) to conduct or bear (oneself) in a specified way
(intransitive) foll by with. to agree (with); correspond (to)
late 14c., from Old French comporter “endure, admit, behave” (13c.), from Latin comportare “to bring together, collect,” from com- “together” (see com-) + portare “to carry” (see port (n.1)). Meaning “to agree with, suit” (with with) is from 1580s. Related: Comported; comporting.
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[kuh m-pawr-tns, -pohr-] /kəmˈpɔr tns, -ˈpoʊr-/ noun, Obsolete. 1. .
[kuh m-pawrt-muh nt, -pohrt-] /kəmˈpɔrt mənt, -ˈpoʊrt-/ noun 1. personal bearing or conduct; demeanor; behavior. /kəmˈpɔːtmənt/ noun 1. conduct; bearing n. c.1600, from Middle French comportement “bearing, behavior,” from comporter (13c.) “to be disposed, arranged, laid out,” from Latin comportare (see comport).
[kuh m-pohz] /kəmˈpoʊz/ verb (used with object), composed, composing. 1. to make or form by combining things, parts, or elements: He composed his speech from many research notes. 2. to be or constitute a part or element of: a rich sauce composed of many ingredients. 3. to make up or form the basis of: Style […]