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used in 1984 by Orwell

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the manner in which a person behaves
  • The demeanor of the black-uniformed men suddenly became more subdued.
    p. 224.4
  • Winston raised his hands above his head, but with an uneasy feeling, so vicious was the boy's demeanor, that it was not altogether a game.
    p. 23.2
  • As soon as she woke up her demeanor had changed.
    p. 127.0
  • He had sat silent against the wall, jostled by dirty bodies, too preoccupied by fear and the pain in his belly to take much interest in his surroundings, but still noticing the astonishing difference in demeanor between the Party prisoners and the others.
    p. 226.7

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