- n. alternative spelling of demeanor.
- n. (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
“She may sound highly strung, but her demeanour is admirably grounded.”
“From my observations, their natural demeanour is only to react to anything that polls badly or is in their own interests, so they must be sh! tting themselves.”
“Your demeanour is written down as is whom you are hanging around with.”
“LADY DAINAGON is very small and refined, white, beautiful, and round, though in demeanour very lofty.”
“Akai Ringo is a short high school freshman girl with seemingly cute, angelic looks but a dark demeanour (her name is a Japanese wordplay on "apple" and "Red Riding Hood").”
“The clear advantage of Ming’s serious and sober demeanour is that, when he does do angry, you sure as hell know he means it.”
“Their snake-like necks, sloping backs and legs like sculpted bar stools give the animal an alien-like demeanour, which is enhanced by the pair of funny stumps between its ears.”
“But the proximate cause of my jaundiced demeanour, which is now bubbling over into anger, was an interview on the programme with the vacuous Shane Richmond.”
“He has a dignity of demeanour, which is also very self-conscious.”
“In the foregoing narrative, the mildest view has been adopted of his remorseless cruelty: of his gross and revolting indulgences, of his daily demeanour, which is said to have outraged everything that is seemly, everything that is holy, in private life, little has been written.”
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