Synonyms of 'mien'
a person's manner, bearing, or appearancehis mild manner and aristocratic mien
He was nicknamed ‘the Sergeant Major’ for his military demeanour.
They've opted for a rustic look in the kitchen.
The meal gave the occasion an almost festive air.
She later wrote warmly of his bearing and behaviour.
He had the appearance of a college student.
The snowy tree assumed a lifeless aspect.
Hendrix's stage presence appealed to thousands of teenage rebels.
His manner was self-assured and brusque.
Her legs were long and fine, her hips slender, her carriage graceful.
He met each inquiry with an impassive countenance.
Deportment and poise were considered important for young ladies.
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in the sense of air
a distinctive quality, appearance, or mannerThe meal gave the occasion an almost festive air.
in the sense of appearance
the way a person or thing looksHe had the appearance of a college student.
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