mien


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Synonyms for mien

Synonyms for mien

behavior through which one reveals one's personality

the way something or someone looks

Synonyms for mien

dignified manner or conduct

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When they saw the little Gomangani perched upon his back some of them came forward in curiosity with upcurled lips and snarling mien.
The elder of the two adults, was the sallow and wrinkled mother of most of the party, and the younger was a sprightly, active, girl, of eighteen, who in figure, dress, and mien, seemed to belong to a station in society several gradations above that of any one of her visible associates.
She refused to speak Mien except with her grandparents, who never learned English.
He adds: "Some people were sort of surprised when I took Mien to Stormy Atlantic.
Good to know I have not lost my high school teacher/cafeteria monitor mien.
Warren Latham's impeccable mien and stylish technique on the percussion kit throughout was possibly only outdone by Galloway's sonorous performance on an amplified roll of parcel tape during Tiger Rag.
The article captures the Glassman I know from working with him in New Orleans in the '70s: a brillian mind and mien whose personal magnetism has gotten too close to his moral compass, giving wacky readings.
Mien Suntan Bronzing Powder, pounds 5, Marks & Spencer It has a rich creamy texture that adds a soft sheen.
Mien, and Hawley Fogg-Davis let me know that searching for black women's political and intellectual history is a viable academic project.
More than 40,000 Hmong and Iu Mien tribesmen helped the CIA fight Communists in Southeast Asia.
Go for Mien Lipstick in Candy, a sugary pink, or in Sheer Caramel, both pounds 4.
Marks & Spencer's Mien range of cosmetics sneaked up on the beauty world and surprised everyone with funky colours and long-lasting formulas.
Clockwise from top left: Ruby & Millie Cheek Colour in Beige, pounds 12; Mien Eye Cream in Cappuccino, pounds 4; Lancaster Rouge Grace lipstick in Sunshine, pounds 14.
Thus, when we hear racy songs, see suggestive billboards and TV ads, or watch television shows with morally subversive themes and bawdy content, we are unavoidably being conditioned to tolerate and, eventually, embrace vice, that "monster of so fearful mien, as to be feared needs but to be seen" that Alexander Pope warned of.