Definition of Demeanors

1. Noun. (plural of demeanor) ¹



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Definition of Demeanors

1. demeanor [n] - See also: demeanor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demeanors

demaunder
demaunding
demaunds
demayne
demaynes
deme
demean
demeanance
demeane
demeaned
demeanes
demeaning
demeaningly
demeaningness
demeanor
demeanors (current term)
demeanour
demeanours
demeans
demeanure
demeanures
demecarium bromide
demeclocycline
demeclocycline hydrochloride
demecolcine
demency
dement
dementate
dementation
demented

Literary usage of Demeanors

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1. A Treatise on Criminal Pleading and Practice by Francis Wharton (1889)
"demeanors, was left without any limit as to the term of imprisonment to be imposed, provided that a maximum, in some cases of seven years, in others of ten ..."

2. The Wisdom of Looking Backward, to Judge the Better of One Side and T'other by White Kennett (1715)
"... the Cafe of a TRUE SON of the CHURCH, now under Cm- fure for high Crimes and Mif- demeanors — — and to give ..."

3. A Treatise on the Poor Laws of Pennsylvania by Calvin Gustavus Beitel (1899)
"PACK PAQ« Defining vagrancy, Certain acts by tramps, mis- Duties of constables, 425 demeanors, 431 Parties may appeal, 426 Act of vagrancy prima facie ..."

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