His fey appearance and mannerisms might have made such a question superfluous under normal circumstances.
He self-consciously tries to ape the mannerisms of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett.
Even so, he was constantly teased and harassed for his appearance and mannerisms, even ostracized.
She has also perfected the Duchess' mannerisms, how she stands - and even how she talks to William.
The writers try to explain his mannerisms by revealing that Tonto has an intense guilt complex.
The same tricks and mannerisms reappear, but they are softened and restrained.
They repeated his tones, his attitudes, his mannerisms, in their several ways.
As writers advance in life their characteristics usually grow upon them, and develop into mannerisms.
They carefully studied the speech and the mannerisms and customs of the Satorians.
mannerisms in speech are evident in nasal expression and muffled words, spoken through half-closed teeth.
mannerism man·ner·ism (mān'ə-rĭz'əm)
A distinctive behavioral trait; an idiosyncrasy.