manner, mode, style, way, fashion(noun)
how something is done or how it happens
"her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
modal value, modality, fashion, manner, mode, vogue, panache, way, mood, path, elbow room, direction, agency, trend, expressive style, way of life, stylus, personal manner, means, elan, musical mode, flair, dash, room
expressive style, style(noun)
a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period
"all the reporters were expected to adopt the style of the newspaper"
a particular kind (as to appearance)
"this style of shoe is in demand"
vogue, trend, style(noun)
the popular taste at a given time
"leather is the latest vogue"; "he followed current trends"; "the 1920s had a style of their own"
(botany) the narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma
editorial directions to be followed in spelling and punctuation and capitalization and typographical display
dash, elan, flair, panache, style(noun)
distinctive and stylish elegance
"he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"
a pointed tool for writing or drawing or engraving
"he drew the design on the stencil with a steel stylus"
a slender bristlelike or tubular process
"a cartilaginous style"
designate by an identifying term
"They styled their nation `The Confederate States'"
make consistent with a certain fashion or style
"Style my hair"; "style the dress"
make consistent with certain rules of style
"style a manuscript"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Air is that combination of qualities which makes the entire impression we receive in a person's presence; as, we say he has the air of a scholar, or the air of a villain. Appearance refers more to the dress and other externals. We might say of a travel-soiled pedestrian, he has the appearance of a tramp, but the air of a gentleman. Expression and look especially refer to the face. Expression is oftenest applied to that which is habitual; as, he has a pleasant expression of countenance; look may be momentary; as, a look of dismay passed over his face. We may, however, speak of the look or looks as indicating all that we look at; as, he had the look of an adventurer; I did not like his looks. Bearing is rather a lofty word; as, he has a noble bearing; port is practically identical in meaning with bearing, but is more exclusively a literary word. Carriage, too, is generally used in a good sense; as, that lady has a good carriage. Mien is closely synonymous with air, but less often used in a bad sense. We say a rakish air rather than a rakish mien. Mien may be used to express some prevailing feeling; as, "an indignant mien." Demeanor goes beyond appearance, including conduct, behavior; as, a modest demeanor. Manner and style are, in large part at least, acquired. Compare BEHAVIOR.
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oh this looks so stylee on you. you have a stylee way of doing life.Submitted by rinat on August 11, 2019
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gnomon (of a dial)
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GeneralJohn Kellymay be trying to institute military-style discipline in the West Wing, but that has n’t put a stop to the civil war happening over President Donald Trump’s National Security Council. If anything, the dawning of the John Kelly era may have accelerated that war. The national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, has removed three NSC aides loyal to Trump aideSteve Bannonin the last three weeks. Bannon allies inside and outside the administration have fired back, starting rumors that McMaster is on his way out the door and documenting the Army general’s deviations from President Donald Trump. The latest move against Bannonites came Wednesday when McMaster fired the NSC’s senior director for intelligence, Ezra Cohen-Watnick. McMaster’s previous attempt to remove Ezra Cohen-Watnick from the staff had been blocked by Bannon and President Donald Trump himself. … Meanwhile, Bannon’s allies outside White House are trying to put the squeeze on McMaster. On Wednesday, radio hostLaura Ingrahamtweeteda months-old article from theNew York Timesabout McMaster’s ‘ break with the administration on Islam. ’.
We need people like Phil who have experienced winning trophies to share that experience with us, the standards he sets are important to him, everyone's enjoying life under him and the new style we play, hopefully we can see that in the summer.
We are bringing this news to the market now perhaps rather earlier than you might have expected or you might have seen from Rolls-Royce in the past, i hope that is part of the tone for the style of communication that we are going to expect now I've joined the business.
He wants to look like the brash young guy who is taking the world by storm...He wears this Beatles style haircut, but it doesn't quite work.
I like his style of governing, it’s completely different from what we have here where people do n’t know what they’re doing, he’s a very good leader, does n’t take any nonsense and I agree with most of his policies.
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- styl, čnělka, slohCzech
- ύφος, τίτλος, δημιουργώ, σχεδιάζω, προσφωνώ, τρόπος, στύλος, ονομάζω, στυλGreek
- tratamiento, título, estilo, gineceo, pistilo, honoríficoSpanish
- سبک, استیلPersian
- tyyli, vartalo, stailata, suunnitellaFinnish
- modèle, styleFrench
- stoidhle, modhScottish Gaelic
- अंदाज़, अंदाजHindi
- stílus, stilizálHungarian
- gaya, stailIndonesian
- 様式, スタイル, やり方Japanese
- 작풍, 作風, 스타일Korean
- stilus, genusLatin
- tāera, awahaeMāori
- stil, tiltaleform, tiltale, stilisereNorwegian
- fel, stil, genRomanian
- стиль, манераRussian
- stȉl, náčinSerbo-Croatian
- తరహా, పద్ధతి, శైలిTelugu
- Phong cáchVietnamese
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