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deportment (s) (noun), deportments (pl)
The way a person or people conduct or behave themselves; especially, according to an acceptable code of social behavior: The parents were told that if their daughter's deportment didn't improve, the school principal would have to expel her.

The football team was told on several occasions that they were required to follow the rules of good deportment on and off the field.

As the manager of the store, in addition to being in charge of the administration of the products being sold, he or she is also responsible for the deportment of the employees who are serving the customers.

A manner or way of behaving.
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Behavior or conduct.
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The way a person conducts or behaves himself or herself; especially, an acceptable kind of social behavior. (2)