He lived what men call a good moral life, his deportment was very agreeable, and his sobriety was commended by many.
At thirteen she was married, which had a good effect on her deportment.
For there was something in the captain's deportment dimly suggestive of stone, and the dignity of stillness.
They found her person agreeable and her deportment dignified.
The female differs little from the male, being distinguished by voice and deportment more than by plumage.
This was further demonstrated by the deportment of the vapour itself.
This one is very handsome, quiet, and what Dickens calls "in a high-shouldered state of deportment."
What should his deportment be when he came face to face with her?
His stature was lofty, his countenance majestic, and his deportment graceful.
Tragedy is a looking at fate for a lesson in deportment on life's scaffold.