Did you possibly mean havior?
- From Anglo-Norman aveyr, Middle French aveir. (Wiktionary)
“Robin," said Dinah, "I bin mistrus 'my boy Tom for sum time; he ain bin like what he used to be for sum weeks; he bin sassy to he daddy an me, an a don' care sort of 'haviour 'bout' im.”
“Pray write something of her friends be-haviour to her, and hers to them, to me particularly, besides what you write to your grandmamma: I shall take it for such a favour!”
“Such dignity they observed (so does every-body), yet so much ease, in all he said, as well as in his own be-haviour Born to be a public man, would his pride permit him to aim at being so!”
“With his mother and her unforgivable be - haviour!”
“* Following through with education programmes, which target be - haviour change.”
“And therefore thou may'st think my 'haviour light!”
“There be of them diverse personages of good haviour (_sic_): and it is said amongst the same, that after they have delivered their confession to the King, that the spiritualty of”
“Your dress is black, and during the time of waiting you compose your visage into a "tristful 'haviour," and lean in silent solemnity upon the top of your cane, thinking about -- last night's party.”
“His youth having been marked by some digressions from the "'haviour of reputation," his profession was far from affording him a subsistence; and the revolution, which seems to have called forth all that was turbulent, unprincipled, or necessitous in the country, naturally found a partizan in an attorney without practice.”
A Residence in France During the Years 1792, 1793, 1794 and 1795, Complete Described in a Series of Letters from an English Lady: with General and Incidental Remarks on the French Character and Manners
“And the dejected 'haviour of the visage,' are actions that a man may seem, they do not 'denote him truly.”
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