mannerism[ man-uh-riz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF mannerism
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANNERISM
"I turn against you, if at all, for a lack of mannerism," said Vera briskly.
There was something in the action that suggested more than a mannerism.
He had only to exaggerate this manner, or mannerism, to set London talking.
Such a purpose degenerates into affectation, and becomes a mannerism.
His emotions were dynamic, and in his every mannerism there was distinction.
A player should be most careful not to indicate by some mannerism that his hand is trickless.
If one of the company had a trick or a mannerism, I never failed to catch it.
She had an aversion to publicity that became really a mannerism.
The resemblance in mannerism is, perhaps, more pronounced than similarity in voice.
Now, you are not afraid of the 'mannerism' you spoke of some days ago?