He had a superb voice, but a mannerism of spreading his arms wide open in front of him with his fingers opened out.
There was something in the action that suggested more than a mannerism.
That this mannerism was deliberately chosen, we have a right to believe.
He had only to exaggerate this manner, or mannerism, to set London talking.
His bravado is only ridiculous when taken out of its surroundings, and at the worst is more a mannerism than an affection of mind.
A player should be most careful not to indicate by some mannerism that his hand is trickless.
It was a trick of mannerism which heightened the subtlety of her smile.
If one of the company had a trick or a mannerism, I never failed to catch it.
But Rankin has a mannerism, one which is fairly harmless, too, as a general rule.
The resemblance in mannerism is, perhaps, more pronounced than similarity in voice.
mannerism man·ner·ism (mān'ə-rĭz'əm)
A distinctive behavioral trait; an idiosyncrasy.