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use "demeanor" in a sentence

On a visit to see his son, Simo reacts to the boy's lackluster demeanor and asks his ex-wife Laurie what is wrong.

Generally displaying a cocky and confident demeanor, Ramirez is, at heart, deeply courageous and loyal to his friends.

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Others have tried to demean to significance of these entries by reducing the impact of the Saxon incursions to only small parts of Britain, exaggerated by Mediterranean observers.

Although NYC has made progress, most prisons throughout the country still use solitary confinement to demean, humiliate and devastate prisoners.

Do not be fooled -- this is nothing more than a deliberate campaign to demean Americans for daring to speak out against unlawful police violence.

For anyone, Muslim or non-Muslim to do so is to disrespect and demean a basic tenant of the faith.

He also asked people "to resist practices which foster arrogance in men, hurt or demean women, and threaten the life of the innocent unborn” and he urged the young "to be guided by the great values of African tradition." However, if you are repeatedly willing to reduce yourself to your mere physicality, don't you also demean yourself, too?" "I do not remember once hearing him denigrate or demean an opponent." I don't see myself in that position, I don't know, you know, it's a very important position, I don't want to demean the position, but I don't really see that." 10 more results not shown.

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