Definition of comport:
exculpate, fit, impart, clear, stomach, stand, deliver, discharge, convey, expatriate, chord, square, birth, transmit, assoil, pay, quit, extend, exonerate, cohere, dribble, give birth, be, exile, sway, post, transport, direct, wear, accord, go, pack, conduct, deal, put up, harmonize, run, bear, acquit, have a bun in the oven, tally, carry on, sort, correspond, guide, extradite, agree, take, assume, carry, rhyme, stockpile, persuade, behave, contain, coincide, conform, answer, jibe, gestate, express, turn out, lead, channel, tolerate, have, support, abide, deport, suffer, demean, accept, brook, dovetail, consist, stock, digest, stick out, take over, yield, hold, endure, expect.
- "The Quality of Mercy", W. D. Howells.
- "The Great Mogul", Louis Tracy.
And as he made this judgment of women I forgot for a moment that we discussed that Madam Whitworth, whom it was causing me great pain to discover to be the enemy of France, and I thought of my beautiful mother, whom he had judged without ever having encountered, and a great longing rose in my heart so to comport myself that his heart should learn to trust in me as a man and then discover the honor of woman through me at some future time.- "The Daredevil", Maria Thompson Daviess.