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1. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] direct the course of; manage or control.

Synonyms

  • manage
  • carry on
  • deal
  • handle
  • care

Antonyms

  • trust
  • masculinity
  • folly
  • untrustworthiness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Conduct

  • adduct
  • byproduct
  • construct
  • endproduct
  • fasnacht
  • fassnacht
  • misconduct
  • product
  • viaduct

Sentences with conduct


1. Noun, singular or mass
A schools has a right to protect its objectives by ensuring proper student conduct.

2. Verb, base form
However, you can conduct the same experiment by dropping objects from about shoulder-height to the floor.

Quotes about conduct


1. Whosoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the times.
- Niccolo Machiavelli

2. Success or failure depends more upon attitude than upon capacity successful men act as though they have accomplished or are enjoying something. Soon it becomes a reality. Act, look, feel successful, conduct yourself accordingly, and you will be amazed at the positive results.
- William James

3. I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but he whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his principles unto death.
- Thomas Paine

2. safe-conduct

noun. a document or escort providing safe passage through a region especially in time of war.

Synonyms

  • passport
  • safeguard

Antonyms

  • dematerialize
  • dematerialise
  • stay in place

3. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] lead, as in the performance of a composition; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years".

Synonyms

  • perform
  • direct
  • do
  • lead

Antonyms

  • appropriateness
  • decorousness
  • correctness
  • inactiveness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

4. conduct

noun. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] manner of acting or controlling yourself.

Synonyms

  • aggression
  • dirty tricks
  • behaviour
  • offense
  • behavior
  • discourtesy
  • the way of the world
  • bohemianism
  • activity
  • dirty pool
  • offensive activity
  • the ways of the world
  • doings
  • easiness

Antonyms

  • informality
  • formality
  • courtesy
  • discourtesy

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

5. conduct

noun. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people.

Synonyms

  • improperness
  • behaviour
  • demeanour
  • deportment
  • personal manner
  • manners
  • correctitude
  • behavior
  • propriety
  • demeanor
  • properness
  • swashbuckling
  • impropriety
  • citizenship
  • trait

Antonyms

  • propriety
  • properness
  • impropriety
  • decency

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

6. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] take somebody somewhere.

Synonyms

  • hand
  • misguide
  • beacon
  • direct
  • misdirect
  • lead astray
  • usher
  • show
  • lead
  • guide
  • take

Antonyms

  • indecorum
  • unseemliness
  • inappropriateness
  • incorrectness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

7. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] behave in a certain manner.

Synonyms

  • acquit
  • assert
  • posture
  • deport
  • act
  • comport
  • pose
  • walk around
  • put forward
  • deal
  • behave
  • hold
  • move
  • carry
  • fluster

Antonyms

  • unthoughtfulness
  • uncleanliness
  • humility
  • thoughtfulness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

8. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] transmit or serve as the medium for transmission.

Synonyms

  • wash up
  • retransmit
  • pipe in
  • express
  • bring
  • bring in
  • convey
  • transmit
  • carry
  • take
  • channel

Antonyms

  • attentiveness
  • frivolity
  • discipline
  • irresoluteness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

9. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] lead musicians in the performance of.

Synonyms

  • lead
  • perform

Antonyms

  • indecency
  • proper
  • indecorousness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)
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