[ UK /dɪmˈiːnɐ/ ]
[ US /dɪˈminɝ/ ]
  1. (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
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How To Use demeanor In A Sentence

  • His demeanor was that of a person who is far from pleased with the course of events, and the word glum best describes his expression. A Life of Gen Robert E Lee
  • The old soldier never lost his military demeanor.
  • Where the questions of religion are concerned people are guilty of every possible kind of insincerity and intellectual misdemeanor. Sigmund Freud 
  • His demeanor, though somewhat guarded, is more small-town high school football star than newly minted teen heartthrob. TWILIGHT SAGA NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 18TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • Le sigh! at the Beau's increasing inability to control his demeanor and imbibing, and his inability to move Seattle to London or arsy-versy. What blokes say
  • However, conviction of a single misdemeanor ( minor offense ) have no effect on a student's immigration status.
  • The contrast between the anarchical images of vandalism in Seattle and Genoa and the dignified demeanor of civil rights demonstrators forty years before is striking.
  • While his discourse is extreme and accusatory, his demeanor is equable and deliberate.
  • Your attitude and demeanor can betray how you feel as clearly as inattentive service.
  • When you meet your demoness and she shakes to hell your unflappable demeanor. Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark: The Clan MacRieve
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