Definition for DE-PORT'

DE-PORT', v.t. [Fr. deporter; Sp. deportar; L. deporto; de and porto, to carry.]

  1. With the reciprocal pronoun, to carry; to demean; to behave. Let an embassador deport himself in the most graceful manner before a prince. – Pope.
  2. To transport; to carry away, or from one country to another. He told us, he had been deported to Spain, with a hundred others like himself. – Walsh.

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