demeanor, demeanour, behavior, behaviour, conduct, deportment(noun)
(behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
The outward way in which a person behaves, especially towards others.
Origin: demenen, from demener, from demener, from de- + mener + -or, from minare and minārī "to threaten"
management; treatment; conduct
behavior; deportment; carriage; bearing; mien
Origin: [For demeanure, fr. demean. See Demean, v. t.]
The numerical value of demeanor in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of demeanor in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
His demeanor completely changed when he was reunited with his pack.
A person's attitude or their demeanor is not probable cause to make an arrest.
Body language is significant in a case like this. Juries watch everything that is happening from the lawyers to the defendant's demeanor.
The debate is going to be decided on body language, tone and temperament. It will all be about tone and demeanor and much less about substance.
I like [Rubio’s] demeanor and what he stands for, but I do like the governors, mainly because of the fact they have managed. They're executives.
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Translations for demeanor
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- държание, поведениеBulgarian
- conducta, comportamentCatalan, Valencian
- optræden, opførsel, attitudeDanish
- Benehmen, HaltungGerman
- comportamiento, conductaSpanish
- käytös, käyttäytyminenFinnish
- conduite, comportementFrench
- giùlanScottish Gaelic
- atteggiamento, comportamentoItalian
- oppførsel, opptredenNorwegian
- comportamento, condutaPortuguese
- správanie, vystupovanie, spôsobySlovak
- uppträdande, beteende, uppförandeSwedish
- cách ăn ởVietnamese
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