Synonyms for Behavior:

n.

tact, course, decorum, behave, the carbon cycle, management, formality, balanced equation, form, mode, tone, seemliness, front, speech, propriety, convention, delivery, protocol, ethics, etiquette, routine, talk, correctness, presence, ways, assay, aerate, act, code, bond, dealings, adsorb, role, calcify, morals, observance. counteraction, instinct, reaction, execution, adjustment, functioning, outlook, adaptation, spirit, compliance, function, schtick, reflex, disposition, human nature, posture, response, inclination. be. machine, working. act (noun)
conduct, doings, behaviour.
action (noun)
activity, labor, exercise, action, motion, operation, performance, deed, conduct, movement, enterprise, effort, practice, endeavor.
bearing (noun)
manner.
behavior (noun)
conduct, air, demeanor, method, carriage, way, bearing, comportment, doings, procedure, countenance, guise, behaviour, deportment, tactics, manner, demeanour.
manner of conducting oneself (noun)
decorum, practice, action, guise, act, routine, talk, seemliness, etiquette, demeanor, propriety, presence, convention, morals, form, management, performance, dealings, bearing, code, tact, carriage, speech, way, conduct, course, observance, air, role, deed, mode, ways, front, tone, delivery, comportment, deportment, ethics.
propriety (noun)
formality.

Other synonyms:

bond, decorum, assay, calcify, etiquette, outlook, human nature, the carbon cycle, adsorb, balanced equation, functioning, aerate. posture, behave, schtick, mode, propriety, instinct. inclination, presence, disposition. reaction, working. spirit. Other relevant words:
demeanour, etiquette, adjustment, convention, ways, form, disposition, functioning, decorum, posture, tone, behaviour, adaptation, course, morals, adsorb, reaction, mode, code, talk, management, presence, response, dealings, act, reflex, speech, role, behave, observance, front, inclination, propriety, tact, function, ethics, seemliness, working, delivery, routine, doings.

Usage examples for behavior

  1. Dan related the incident of the day very modestly, interrupted now and then by Sam, who was eager to pose as a hero also, and Mr. Sweet expressed himself as being well satisfied with their behavior – The Adventures of a Country Boy at a Country Fair by James Otis
  2. This disgraceful behavior must end, and end this minute. – The Rustler of Wind River by G. W. Ogden
  3. His manner was exactly all that she could wish, the behavior of a devoted brother, and in consequence she began to be less shy. – The Squatter and the Don by C. Loyal