appearance (part of speech: noun)
behavior (part of speech: noun)
- Close behind these two came a young man of very striking countenance and demeanor, with deep thought and contemplation on his brow, and perhaps a flash of enthusiiasm in his eye. - "From-Twice-Told-Tales", Hawthorne, Nathaniel.
- He was a slight man, with light hair, watery gray eyes, and very mild demeanor. - "The Living Link", James De Mille.
- Suddenly there was that little commotion among the guests which indicates that they are about to rise: the rustling of silk, the moving of chairs, the last words of conversations, the completion of a laugh, and in that half- silence Madame Chebe, who had become communicative, observed in a very loud tone to a provincial cousin, who was gazing in an ecstasy of admiration at the newly made bride's reserved and tranquil demeanor, as she stood with her arm in Monsieur Gardinois's: " You see that child, cousin- well, no one has ever been able to find out what her thoughts were." - "Fromont and Risler, Complete", Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009.