Behavior synonyms

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The quality of sound reproduction with reference to the degree of the apparent reality of the sound
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The act, power, or period of producing fruit or offspring.
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A manner of personal conduct; behavior.
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An appearance or aspect.
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The definition of air is the mixture of oxygen, nitrogen and other gasses that are consistently present around us.
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The way in which something is said, done, expressed, or performed:
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The study of standards of conduct and moral judgment; moral philosophy
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A process or action that is part of a series in some work
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The definition of adjustment is the act of making a change, or is the change that was made.
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Public manner(s)
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The collective skills for dealing with people and society.
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Outward behavior; conduct; deportment
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(Archaic) One's behaviour, or way of conducting oneself towards others.
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(Uncountable) The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.
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(Preceded by the) A major topic of social discussion.
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(Music) A sound that is distinct and identifiable by its regularity of vibration, or constant pitch (as distinguished from a noise), and that may be put into harmonic relation with other such sounds
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The ability to deal with embarrassing situations carefully and without doing or saying anything that will annoy or upset other people; careful consideration in dealing with others to avoid giving offense; the ability to say the right thing.
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Etiquette is defined as the formal manners and rules that are followed in social or professional settings.
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In science and medicine, a formal set of rules and procedures to be followed during a particular research experiment, course of treatment, etc.
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The boundary between two air masses that have different temperatures or humidity. In the mid-latitude areas of the Earth, where warm tropical air meets cooler polar air, the systems of fronts define the weather and often cause precipitation to form. Warm air, being lighter than cold air, tends to rise, cool, and condense along such boundaries, forming rain or snow.
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The definition of a guise is an outward appearance presented to the world that may not be true or accurate.
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The actor or actors presenting such a performance:
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A course that is or may be used in going from one place to another:
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(Plural only) The timbers of shipyard stocks that slope into the water and along which a ship or large boat is launched.
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Relations with others
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The action or purpose for which a person or thing is suited or employed, especially:
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(liturgics) A verse, sentence, phrase, or word said or sung by the choir or congregation in sequence or reply to the priest or officiant.
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The action of an organism under given circumstances
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A style of living that reflects the attitudes of a person or group; a lifestyle
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(Nautical) The lowest square sail in a fully rigged mast, often named according to the mast.
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A feat of courage, skill, etc.
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Extension or displacement of a loaded structure per unit load.
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Manner of behaving; bearing; deportment.
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Public manner(s)
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Plural form of moral
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Plural form of habit
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(Uncountable) The property of being seemly, appropriateness of conduct or behavior.
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The appropriateness of an element of an artistic or literary work, such as style or tone, to its particular circumstance or to the composition as a whole.
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A customary or conventional way of acting or behaving; ceremony; ritual; formality
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The definition of a convention is a meeting or assembly of people who share a common interest or a convention is a method, practice, rule or custom.
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Propriety is the quality of being appropriate, suitable or following the proper custom.
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(Uncountable) Judicious use of means to accomplish an end.
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Mode is a way of doing something or acting.
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Practice is defined as to use an idea or actually put it into place. It also refers to the act of continually doing something in order to get better at it.
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(--- Law) A formal act of transferring ownership of property to another:
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An established form, rule, or custom, especially one followed merely for the sake of procedure or decorum.
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(Genetics) The act or process of expressing a gene.
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That which is performed or accomplished; a thing done or carried through; an achievement; a deed; an act; a feat; especially, an action of an elaborate or public character.
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The definition of a code is a set of rules or a system of communication, often with randomly assigned numbers and letters given specific meanings.
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A character or part played by a performer or actor.
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(R.C.Ch.) The rule observed by a religious order
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Manner by which something functions; the workings.
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A change in structure, function, or behavior by which a species or individual improves its chance of survival in a specific environment. Adaptations develop as the result of natural selection operating on random genetic variations that are capable of being passed from one generation to the next. Variations that prove advantageous will tend to spread throughout the population.
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The state or process of acting or doing:
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Any action in opposition to a previous action.
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The act or an instance of putting to death or being put to death as a lawful penalty.
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(Of a literary work) Plot; action; construction; manner of development.
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An action that results directly from or counteracts another action, especially the change in a body's motion as a result of a force applied to it. Some reactions counteract forces and are not readily apparent. When an object rests on a surface, such as a table, for example, the downward force it applies to the surface is counteracted by an equal but upwards force, or reaction, applied by the surface.
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(--- Physiology) An involuntary response to a stimulus.
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A response, to a stimulus, that has been acquired by operant conditioning
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Of or pertaining to ethology.
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Like, suitable for, or characteristic of an infant; babyish; childish or childlike; immature
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(Psychiatry) Suffering from mania; the state of abnormally elevated or irritable mood, arousal, and/or energy levels.
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Raging; frenzied:
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Without restraint; disorderly; boisterous
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Having the characteristics of a sociopath.
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Of, relating to, or suitable for dramatic performance or the theater.
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Plural form of action
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Artificial behavior meant to impress others; mannerism for effect
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The doctrine that observed behavior provides the only valid data of psychology: it rejects the concept of mind and consciousness
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Benignancy; kindliness
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Politeness, esp. in a merely formal way
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That which constitutes, or is regarded as, an equivalent; that which makes good the lack or variation of something else; that which compensates for loss or privation; amends; remuneration; recompense.
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The action of an organism under given circumstances
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A reflex in which the response (e.g., secretion of saliva in a dog) is occasioned by a secondary stimulus (e.g., the ringing of a bell) repeatedly associated with the primary stimulus (e.g., the sight of meat)
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The process of training that results in physical fitness.
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The quality of being congenial; the state of being agreeable or of having similar tastes.
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The definition of cordiality is sincere kindness.
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Discipline is defined as a field of study or is training to fix incorrect behavior or create better skills.
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(Mathematics) The ratio, constant for any particular conic section, of the distance of a point from the focus to its distance from the directrix.
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(Zoology) The scientific study of human and animal behaviour.
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A quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.
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A language or behaviour that is particular to an individual or group.
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Certain degree or measure.
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Excessive use of some distinctive, often affected, manner or style in art, literature, speech, or behavior
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A standard, model, or pattern for a group
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The definition of a port is a harbor or place on the water where ships load and unload cargo.
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Subtle tactical action or argument used to manipulate or influence another:
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A sudden sharp turn or twist:
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(Computing, programming) In object-oriented programming, an uninstantiable collection of methods that provides functionality to a class by using the class's own interface.
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A sudden fancy; idle and passing notion; capricious idea or desire
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Working is defined as the process or action of completing a task.
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The manner in which one behaves
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(Telephony, abbreviation) An answering machine or, by extension, voice mail.
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(Australia, vulgar, dated) sewage.
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UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada spelling of demeanor.
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A psychotherapeutic method of influencing behaviour by suggesting desirable life goals.
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The act of educating again or anew so as to rehabilitate or adapt to new situations.
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The act of changing the direction of something
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Having a tendency toward exhibitionism.
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(Aeronautics, nautical, engineering) The orientation of a vehicle or other object relative to the horizon, direction of motion, other objects, etc.
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