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demeanor
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Moby Dick
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  • "When dis old brack man dies," said the negro slowly, changing his whole air and demeanor, "he hisself won’t go nowhere; but some bressed angel will come and fetch him."

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  • a grave demeanor
  • Her calm demeanor belies the inner turmoil.

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