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account an explanation of conduct. [1/12 definitions]
acquit to conduct (oneself) as required or indicated. [1/3 definitions]
act to behave or conduct oneself in a particular manner. [1/14 definitions]
afferent bearing or leading toward a central organ or part, as nerves that conduct impulses to the spinal column or as veins that carry blood to the heart.
amend to make oneself better; improve one's own conduct or behavior. [1/3 definitions]
bearing manner of conduct, behavior, or physical carriage. [1/5 definitions]
befitting suitable or appropriate, often with respect to a particular situation or sphere of conduct.
behave to conduct oneself in a proper manner. [2/3 definitions]
bestiality beastlike or brutish conduct or character. [1/2 definitions]
breeding one's upbringing or training, esp. relating to social conduct. [1/3 definitions]
canvass to conduct a survey of; poll. [1/8 definitions]
carry to conduct, as a water pipe or electric wire. [1/16 definitions]
clergy the group or body of people authorized to conduct religious services, such as ministers, priests, or rabbis. (Cf. laity.)
comportment conduct or bearing; manner of behaving.
conductive having the ability to conduct electricity .
conscience the human faculty that enables one to decide between right and wrong conduct, esp. in regard to one's own actions. [1/2 definitions]
demean2 to behave or conduct (oneself) in a certain way.
dielectric a substance that does not conduct electricity; insulator. [1/2 definitions]
diplomat an official employed to conduct negotiations between nations or governments. [1/2 definitions]
distinguished dignified in conduct or appearance. [1/2 definitions]
ethics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of philosophy that deals with values pertaining to human conduct, such as good and bad or right and wrong actions and motives; moral philosophy. [2 definitions]