Synonyms for bearing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEARING
His lines were gracefully full, his bearing had still the alertness of youth.
His look was bright and thoughtful and his bearing attractive.
I dwell on the subject only because of its bearing on the love of God.
Sin brings its punishment, and it is hard work, bearing its burden!
"Your bearing and your words, Don Martin, are such I should have looked for in you," he remarked.
Hast had small experience of war, if I may judge by your looks and bearing.
True, on the train were some bearing undeniable evidences of poverty; but not many.
The porter wheeled a truck, bearing John's trunk and bag, up to them as he spoke.
Faster and faster she fled to the forest, bearing the broken blade to Siegmund's wife.
So this amiable lunacy had its bearing on the economy of life!
"carrying of oneself, deportment," mid-13c., verbal noun from bear (v.). Mechanical sense of "part of a machine that bears the friction" is from 1791.