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demeanor (s) (noun), demeanors (pl)
1. Someone's behavior or conduct: Generally, people are admired for their gentle demeanors or they are despised because of their cruel demeanors.

Those with a haughty or unfriendly demeanor are generally not liked by other people.

2. Etymology: from outdated Middle English demean, "handle, manage, conduct"; later, it meant, "behave in a certain way", from Old French demener, "to guide, to conduct; to live, or to dwell", from de-. "completely" + mener "to lead, to direct"; from Latin minare, "to threaten".
Outward behavior.
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A way of acting or behaving.
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Behavior, conduct, or a way of acting. (2)