- mannerism (n.)
- "excessive use of distinctive methods in art or literature," 1803, from manner + -ism. Meaning "an instance of mannerism, habitual peculiarity" is from 1819. Related: Mannerisms.
- 1. In accent and mannerism he appeared to be completely Eastern European.
- 2. He has this irritating mannerism of constantly scratching his nose.
- 3. He's copied that mannerism from his brother.
- 4. In accent, mannerism and habit of mind he appeared to be completely Eastern European.
- 5. He used such mannerism as " er " and " uh " to fill in a pause.
- 他说话间歇时总爱用 “ 呃 ” “ 嗯 ” 之类的话搭头.
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