Recent Examples of mannered from the Web
But the mild-mannered 69-year-old politician realized traditional forms of resistance were futile after Erdogan narrowly won a referendum in April to vastly expand his powers over government, parliament and the judiciary.
But as a mild-mannered getaway guy in Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx’s goon squad in Baby Driver (out now), Elgort’s left those cocky manboys in the dust.
Two weeks after joining the administration, the mild-mannered career prosecutor wrote a three-page memo that the president used to justify firing F.B.I. director James Comey.
That is a worthy vision to promote, but it should not be confused with the dictates of free speech, which allows for a messier, more ill-mannered form of public discourse.
But the threat roused Mr. Northam, 57, a mild-mannered physician.
Compared with other rattlesnakes, Northern Pacifics are also relatively mild-mannered.
The more mild-mannered Bohannon is going to tackle the same job in a different way.
This sweet and spicy girl has coexisted with well-mannered cats and will even tolerate calm dogs!
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First Known Use of mannered
MANNERED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mannered for English Language Learners
: behaving in a certain way
: formal in a way that is intended to impress other people
MANNERED Defined for Kids
Definition of mannered for Students
: having manners of a specified kind mild-mannered
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