manner[ man-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF manner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANNER
"He said he was poor," urged Billy, who had been rather taken with the ease of Arledge's manner.
He had suffered himself to regain something of his old cheerfulness of manner.
"Certainly, Robert," was the reply, but the lawyer's manner showed some surprise.
Those Westerners perform quite in that manner, I assure you.
Have you formed any definite plans about the manner of going?
Your manner reduced me to a groom who opened your carriage door.
Otherwise I may behave in a manner to be regretted in my calmer moments.
The mother's manner was a crushing rebuke to the young man for his audacity.
It must not be supposed that this spring day in the spring places had reformed his manner of delivery.
He had been one of the few as sanguine as Percival—and Blythe's manner now reassured him.