Pence had been praised for his calm demeanor, Mr.
implies that a person's attire, personal hygiene, intoxication level, or general demeanor is worrisome.
He respects my father but is intimidated by his Waspy, buttoned-up demeanor, flat cadence, and inability to express physical affection toward other men.
There was a kind of cold hearted selfishness on both sides, which mutually attracted them; and they sympathised with each other in an insipid propriety of demeanor, and a general want of understanding.
Some called him a case study in paranoia and bigotry, his mild demeanor notwithstanding.
Rusesabagina seemed determined in the jailhouse interview to maintain his customary unruffled demeanor.
More disturbing than his diction and demeanor is the fact that the Democrats decided to give him airtime.
After 20 minutes of refusing to answer his questions, his demeanor changed and he drove dangerously back to campus.
And unlike the maniacally unhinged Trump, DeSantis does it all with a smile and a competent demeanor befitting of a presidential contender.
Her demeanor became inconsistent, and she treated lawyers and others in her courtroom in a way that was “erratic and at times intemperate,” state officials said.
But the five tracks on this album — full of bubble and clang and spilling electric guitars — take on the understated demeanor of his playing, while pressing their case.
His name was Israel and he had an exceedingly warm, welcoming demeanor that made me feel like his number one goal in life was to make our stay as enjoyable as possible.
Hill's measured, confident demeanor before the committee and her powerful testimony of being pushed aside and outflanked by a far less qualified male diplomat resonated with people across the internet.
But some who know Barrett said the line of questioning went to the heart of what makes her a good candidate for the supreme court, as her responses showed a dispassionate temperament and calm demeanor.
Audrey Hepburn made her American stage and screen debuts in 1951, and two years later her gamin haircut, sylphlike shape and tomboyish but elegant demeanor in "Roman Holiday" made her a star and won her an Oscar.
You just watch his demeanor now with the bases loaded, first strikeout, calm and collected, second strikeout calm and collected, then he gets out of it, and you see the emotion come out of him after the fact,” Turner said.
They wrote about her sculptor’s garb (a jaunty red fez); they noted her stature (short), her speech (deliberate), her manners (childlike) and her demeanor (stoic), sentimentalizing her race and gender in the custom of the time.
Elizabeth Bruenig Tammy Baldwin is a criminally underutilized asset to the Democrats, and her policy positions (she has energetically boosted Bernie Sanders’s Medicare for All campaign) make a great match for her patient, kind demeanor.
Gan’s younger employees argue that it is possible to be openly gay and homophobic; to be both a champion of women and Black celebrities, and an abuser of women and Black people whose demeanor and appearance does not comport to rigid standards.
But Fauci's blunt explanation of the strict scientific facts, calm but no-nonsense demeanor, and subtle sense of humor both in White House briefings and in congressional hearings have garnered him rave reviews from the public and made him a household name.
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