mannerism


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Synonyms for mannerism

Synonyms for mannerism

artificial behavior adopted to impress others

Synonyms for mannerism

a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual

a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display

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And without any doubt, Sultani truly epitomised Lucknow's famed mannerisms.
Barriers between different "fields" are thereby removed,' Sutton enthused, 'so that the reader, carried along by the flow of his vivid analysis is compelled to think afresh about the nature of mannerism, reckoning with its expression in terms of poetry and drama as well as those of painting or architecture.
Anushka describes as to how PK's " headlight jaisi aankhen " and " flying saucer jaise kaan ," made him distinct, much like Gump's character who had a slow mannerism and simple perception about life.
Rather than making their clients feel comfortable while doing business with them, they are turning them away with subtle mannerisms they're often not even aware of.
It seems odd to equate its deliberate classicism with the anticlassical tendencies of Mannerism.
Reviews and critiques of the Broadway productions (together with the first films of Streetcar and Sweet Bird) offer suitable information to establish the specific dimensions of Mannerism and its association with ambiguity.
As I learned from watching her teach, she was adamantly opposed to forcing young bodies prematurely and a demon at squelching any signs of affectation, mannerism, or exaggeration.
5 billion--Ahmanson nevertheless had to struggle with "social awkwardness, odd mannerism and the awareness of being somehow different," reports the newspaper.
Elsewhere, he uses another current mannerism, a thin bold frame wrapping itself around the long horizontal house, like a frame around a picture.
As the cycle repeats, the film's tone shifts inevitably from naturalism to mannerism, foregrounding the actors' discrepant nuancing of the dialogue and shortcomings such as the theater training that surfaces in the American's exaggerated facial expressions.
Some musicologists have posited if not a period, at least a stylistic tendency analogous to mannerism in art; there is no discussion of that here.
He thus aimed to 'avoid terms like Renaissance or Mannerism because they obscure the stylistic diversity of sixteenth-century architecture'.
Regarding the virtual disappearance of the Florentine tondo around 1520-25, she notes that for a variety of complex reasons, including religious unrest of the Reformation and the onset of Mannerism, it lost the vital cultural connota tion it had held for Florentines during the Renaissance.
Certainly, it is not difficult to distinguish the colorful and vaguely mythologizing mannerism of Chia from the almost transparent, narcissistic watercolors of Clemente.