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manner (s) (noun), manners (pl)
1. The way something is executed or performed: Shearon practiced the piano in a very concentrated manner, not letting anything disturb her.
2. An expression or taste in art or literature: Mrs. Fisher, the art teacher, was trying to teach her students to draw their pictures in the manner of a cartoonist.
3: The way a person behaves in the presence of others or his or her social demeanor or attitude: The girl at the party certainly had a pretty appearance, but her manner among the guests was disgraceful because she talked about others in derogatory ways.
4. Etymology: from Latin manuarius, "belonging to the hand"; from manus, "hand".
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(Greek: custom, habit; character, manners; usage)