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com·port / kəmˈpôrt/ • v. 1. (comport oneself) formal conduct oneself; behave. 2. [intr.] (comport with) accord with; agree with: the actions that comport with her own liberal views com·port2 / ˈkämˌpôrt/ • n. another term for compote (sense 2).

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comport †bear, endure; agree with XVI; behave oneself XVII. — L. comportāre, f. COM- + portāre carry, bear (see PORT 2).

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