manner en Inglés
n. men; menfolk, menfolks
n. man, person, human being, husband; male, member of the male gender
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“Don’t be afraid to press,” he said, in an encouraging manner; “I can support you comfortably.”
"How dare you address me in such a manner," Julia responded.
As Lady Lorridale had told him, Mrs Errol’s voice was very sweet, and her manner was very simple and dignified.
Cedric, who had no idea that he was the object of some sort of scrutiny, moved about in his usual manner.
It would be terrible if the child had bad manners and a disposition towards enjoying low company.
Good morning! said Mr Hobbs, in a curt manner which was his habit.
He rose; but seeing that the Spirit made towards the window, clasped his robe in a pleading manner.
Nevertheless, calm was restored to his mind, and he resolved to deal with Passepartout in a frank manner.
1. appearance: look, air, aspect, demeanour, mien, deportment, carriage
2. method: custom, fashion, mode, style, way, form, habit
3. class: type, kind, sort
4. character: nature, guise