“The other thing is that the world has caught up to her, because that behavior is perfectly acceptable now,” she says.
He then said of those who kept kids waiting on the first day of classes, “This is the behavior of a bully in a schoolyard.”
Fourthly, and finally, as the pressure has mounted on Sarkozy, his behavior has become more erratic, not less.
What happens if you condemn them, and you say you really need to look at your behavior?
As for Harry's whereabouts and behavior today, that's to be determined.
It is not my purpose to bristle up and strike back at these critics of American behavior.
I asked, astonished at Jim's behavior, and anxious for some clew by which to solve its mystery.
They considered this a portentious omen and his behavior foolish, and by no means calculated to reconcile their Deities to them.
To his way of thinking the behavior of the fiacre was quite unaccountable.
Jaime suddenly realized the odiousness of his behavior in coming to antagonize another in his own house in broad daylight.
behavior be·hav·ior (bĭ-hāv'yər)
The actions or reactions of persons or things in response to external or internal stimuli.
The manner in which one behaves.