behavior[ bih-heyv-yer ]SEE DEFINITION OF behavior
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEHAVIOR
The behavior of the troops throughout this trying day was very good.
I asked, astonished at Jim's behavior, and anxious for some clew by which to solve its mystery.
There was something droll, and yet miserable, in his behavior.
To his way of thinking the behavior of the fiacre was quite unaccountable.
I with a new, sudden interest, watched the behavior of the two men.
His behavior gave me no clew as to whether it had been a joyful or a sorrowful one.
That suddenly explained all the contradictions in his behavior.
Their behavior was much the same as at Louvain and Brussels.
Gervaise, however, felt rather ill at ease on account of the Boches' behavior.
He even approved Goujet's behavior for it was a real blessing never to be thirsty.