Deportment – 1. the way a person walks and stands 2. the way a person behaves
You can be deported at a moment's (deportment) notice depending on the way you walk and stand and the way you behave.
Examples of deportment in a sentence (the way a person walks and stands)
When walking to the podium, the graduate walked with a deportment that showed confidence.
The old woman always held her head high and walked with the deportment of a queen.
The school teaches young woman proper deportment so they can behave suitably at formal events.
Examples of deportment in a sentence (the way a person behaves)
Because Kevin misbehaves in school, he usually receives a poor score in deportment.
My child’s deportment improved greatly after he was sent to a camp conducted by a former marine.
He maintained a hard deportment on the outside, but inside he was as soft as a kitten.