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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdemeanourde‧mea‧nour British English, demeanor American English /dɪˈmiːnə $ -ər/ noun [singular, uncountable] formal  BEHAVEthe way someone behaves, dresses, speaks etc that shows what their character is like his quiet, reserved demeanoursee thesaurus at behaviour
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demeanourPicture his bleary expression, his fuzzy eyes, his baffled demeanour.When you mention Polly's ex-husband, her entire demeanour changes.Her demeanour late on that Sunday evening was drowsy and detached.Physically attractive and possessed of considerable personal charm, his demeanour was self-effacing, gracious and polite.He felt genuine awe at this superhuman man, at once so puissant, so self-possessed, so monomaniac in his demeanour.It was galling to her to observe his change in demeanour.When he was with close friends, he abandoned that somewhat starched public demeanour.I must admit I was impressed by Robert's demeanour.This was done by uniform, demeanour, and voice.
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