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He grows tired, exaggerates his mannerisms, gives a greater and greater share of the work to his pupils.
The mannerisms, indeed, like the dogmatisms, are pretty clearly imminent.
MATTHEW ARNOLDGEORGE SAINTSBURY
The smaller faults and the mannerisms of the actor did not trouble him, provided the main thought and feeling were there.
CHARLES FROHMAN: MANAGER AND MANISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON AND DANIEL FROHMAN
The gathering of famous artists at his house are well described, and his own mannerisms excellently portrayed.
FRANZ LISZTJAMES HUNEKER
Most mannerisms are undesirable and very few have any value.
THE ART OF LECTURINGARTHUR M. (ARTHUR MORROW) LEWIS
Society would be likely to see her permanently distorted, and not only in mannerisms but in character.
Form-rendering is the imitation of the style of an author, preferably an author given to mannerisms or affectation of some sort.
A PARODY ANTHOLOGYCAROLYN WELLS
Baudelaire has often been accused of studied bizarrerie, of affected and laboured originality, and especially of mannerisms.
She discussed his books and his mannerisms, even the growth of his popularity.
THE CELEBRITY, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
His style of delivery was lame, his voice improperly placed, his mannerisms grotesque.
BLOOD AND IRONJOHN HUBERT GREUSEL

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