Usage examples for deport

  1. Deport the radicals or use the rope as at Centralia. – The Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin
  2. I speak thus much of him to you so that you may be willing that he come here with me, and I will apparel him duly and fittingly, and will so much concern me with this, that he shall be recognised of none provided you tell me how you would that he should deport himself in order to see you. – The Book of the Duke of True Lovers by Christiné de Pisan
  3. And, of course, the various agencies to deport, expel and imprison often represent the activities of those who have more Americanism than they can carry like gentlemen. – Seeing Things at Night by Heywood Broun
  4. They were giving her a world of staid counsel how to deport herself, what to say, and in what manner to receive the expected lover. – Humorous Ghost Stories by Dorothy Scarborough
  5. Grannie remarked that I might have the spirit of an Australian, but I had by no means the manners of a lady; while aunt Helen ventured a wish that I might expend all my superfluous spirits on the way, so that I would be enabled to deport myself with a little decorum when arrived at the racecourse. – My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin
  6. Despite all constitutional provisions the governor- general of the island had the power to deport from the island, without a trial, any person whose presence there he considered dangerous to the security of the State. – Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom by Trumbull White
  7. Sisters, I had compassion on these people, and walked with slow gracefulness through their midst, determined to give even the humblest a chance to see how true genius can deport itself when ovations of music and respectful admiration recognize its greatness. – Phemie Frost's Experiences by Ann S. Stephens
  8. Having taken great pains to aid the major in all his exploits, I was more than anxious that he should deport himself properly on this occasion, and hence readily consented to accept the task of preparing his reply, selecting for the service all the choice words I could find in an old speech of Thomas Benton's, delivered by him many years ago, in reply to an address in compliment of his thirty years' services in the United States Senate, and presented by a committee of the Young Men's Missionary Society for distributing bibles to indigent authors. – The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter by "Pheleg Van Trusedale" A pseudonym for Francis Colburn Adams
  9. Even now, although baseball was a gentle game in comparison with football, he was not absolutely sure he could always deport himself as a gentleman and a sportsman while playing it. – Rival Pitchers of Oakdale by Morgan Scott
  10. I also suggested the propriety of placing a handsome, gentlemanly man at Jenkintown, who should be provided with a span of horses and a handsome carriage, and deport himself generally as a gentleman of leisure. – The Expressman and the Detective by Allan Pinkerton
  11. Sinister rumors were frequent that Gage had been directed to seize them and deport them to England. – The Siege of Boston by Allen French
  12. But it cost both me and my wife some time and some suffering before we learned how to deport ourselves in these respects. – Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood by George MacDonald
  13. " Deport him to yon outer island, Mr. Blair, with such of his people as stick to him," suggested Cathie; " then the rest will have peace." – White Fire by John Oxenham
  14. Had the late Mr. Consul Hewett had the fiftieth part of the ability in dealing with the natives his sub and successor, Mr. H. H. Johnston, showed, there would never have been any necessity to deport Ja Ja. – West African studies by Mary Henrietta Kingsley
  15. The Athenian would be certain to be recognized, and at once Xerxes would send for him, and how Glaucon, in his new frame of mind, would deport himself before majesty, whether he would not taunt the irascible monarch to his face, the bow- bearer did not know. – A Victor of Salamis by William Stearns Davis
  16. They are unable either to make use of it or to deport it to Germany. – The Invasion by William Le Queux
  17. How we deport ourselves in other respects as individuals, and what self- seeking impulses we may there succumb to, belongs solely to our private life; our public or State life is a purely human one. – The Ego and His Own by Max Stirner
  18. Jail the radicals and deport them ... – The Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin
  19. With this, you'll go to the house of the Austrian ambassador and ask for his protection, because the republic was threatening to deport you. – Andrea Delfin by Paul Heyse