deportment

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  • Our dress and deportment had never been called in question upon any former occasion whatever. ...
  • I do not suppose there ever lived a man more natural in his deportment than Washington. ...
  • There was at first a little scene between all the women, during which he arranged his deportment. ...
  • In the second place, his deportment and character in common life was free from that vice. ...
  • She knew these little tricks of deportment and could carry herself like a queen. ...
  • The art of leaving a world should be taught as a branch of deportment. ...
  • I afterwards made particular inquiry into this young man's domestic and general deportment. ...
  • You don't strike me at all as a model of deportment.
  • Never forget that the first book children read is their parents' example -- their daily deportment. ...
  • After they were gone, some comments were made upon their different deportments. ...
  • I read my doom, not only in her words but in her whole deportment. ...
  • And this you can never do without a knowledge of grammar and deportment. ...
  • And what did she mean by her own deportment?
  • Nothing could be more artificial, more conventional, more studied, than his whole deportment. ...
  • It is certainly true, that deportment has much to do with the polish of language. ...
  • And the self-deportment natural to her had been such that he had shown his assurance. ...
  • Very different was the deportment of the guilty pair towards each other from what it used to be. ...
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