Synonyms for Conduct:

n.

decompress, absorb, pressurise, pressurize, repel, magnetize. over, come, walk, haul off. articulation, bang out, back, blast, arrange, baton, accompany, beat out, blast away, carry out, wage, atmospherics. pilot, pursuit, show, shepherd, escort, prosecution, route, usher. allow, go about, pursue. disposition, instinct, schtick, spirit, be, inclination, outlook, human nature. action (noun)
activity, deed, action, behavior, performance, movement, effort, motion, operation.
activity (noun)
animation, agility, kinetics, energy, business, liveliness, stirring.
administration (noun)
guidance, regulation, oversight, handling, direction, execution, transaction, plan, regimen, tactics, superintendence, policy, treatment, organization, manipulation, charge, posture, supervision, control, rule, strategy.
application (noun)
employment, service, utility, use, application, exertion, usage, utilization.
behavior (noun)
method, tactics, demeanor, countenance, guise, manner, bearing, comportment, procedure, carriage, deportment, way, air.
conduct (noun)
behaviour, deport, comport, carry, behave, behavior, take, convey, demeanour, lead, doings, deal, transmit, channel, carry on, acquit, demeanor, guide, bear, deportment, direct.
management (noun)
government, regimen, organization, guidance, direction, execution, treatment, oversight, posture, transaction, superintendence, plan, administration (of an estate), manipulation, handling, charge, policy, supervision, control, regulation, strategy.

v.

act (verb)
comport, execute, transact, move, perpetrate, work, exercise, function, perform, officiate, labor, react, behave, endeavor, enterprise, appear, act, operate.
behave (verb)
deport, practice, proceed.
bring (verb)
bear, convey, carry, impart, attract, draw, adduce, fetch, transport, induce, transfer, bring.
comport oneself (verb)
act, acquit, behave, carry, deport, bear.
creation (verb)
direct, lead.
direct (verb)
oversee, superintend, lead, govern, manage, master, boss, direct, rule, command, lord, supervise, administer.
transport (verb)
bring, route, show, transfer, move.

Other synonyms:

decompress, magnetize, human nature, pursuit, usher, administration (of an estate), outlook, pressurize, transaction, repel, pursue, walk, carry out, go about, haul off, accompany, absorb, shepherd. execution, come, posture, prosecution, schtick, instinct. disposition, escort, inclination. pilot, wage. spirit. show. accompany
show.
acquit
perform.
act
react.
behave
comport.
carry on
wage.
take
take.

Usage examples for conduct

  1. Who would have believed that Peggy was so well read, or able to conduct so learned a conversation? – More About Peggy by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey