mannerism en Vietnamita
An ethical sympathy in an artist is an unpardonable mannerism of style.
The lacemaker took a sip from a glass, standing, and began to talk in a thick voice; yet it was a feminine voice, unctuous, disagreeable, and he emphasized his words with mimicked wonder, fright, and other mannerisms.
He'd found he could tip the balance either way, at will, by a simple change of mannerisms.
Judging from his clothes and general mannerisms, he seemed to be Mexican-American.
She was walking towards him from the Marble Arch, and he saw that no mannerism of her gait had been changed.
Sato's high voice and mannerism are pretty effeminate.
Since he's in show business he often goofs around in a showy way, but once in a while he has these bashful mannerisms that are really cute.
The most important thing is to notice a specific characteristic or mannerism.
His special mannerism is waving his hands when he talks.
He has some mannerisms.
a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual: distinctiveness, speciality, idiosyncrasy, specialty, peculiarity, foible, specialness
a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display: feigning, pose, pretence, simulation, attitude, pretending, affectedness, radical chic, affectation, pretense