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These nouns all pertain to a person's actions as they constitute a means of evaluation by others. Behavior is the most general: The children were on their best behavior. Conduct applies to actions considered from the standpoint of morality and ethics: “Life, not the parson, teaches conduct” (Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.) Deportment more narrowly pertains to actions measured by a prevailing code of social behavior: “[Old Mr. Turveydrop] was not like anything in the world but a model of Deportment” (Charles Dickens).
Another word for behaviornoun
The manner in which one behaves:action (often used in plural), comportment, conduct, deportment, way. See be
The way in which a machine or other thing performs or functions:functioning, operation, performance, reaction, working (often used in plural). See action, machine