Definition of 'bedside manner'
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Modern bedside manner makes for a cold performance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But his bedside manner and determined lack of flamboyance were huge sources of strength. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Besides, computers have a rubbish bedside manner. The Sun (2016)It regarded the coalition as doctors with a poor bedside manner rather than butchers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He may have a good bedside manner but he has also displayed considerable steel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yet his bedside manner could not have been more different from the grim world he kept firmly hidden away. The Sun (2013)But what about their bedside manner? The Sun (2007)They've totally lost their bedside manner. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Not only has he lost his limp, his moody bedside manner has also gone! The Sun (2007)My bedside manner, my gentle line of inquiry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The grandmother has the perfect bedside manner as she deals with a patient who has suffered years of mental-health problems. The Sun (2014)As for the main billing, a husband bases his bedside manner on the lessons acquired at a management training course. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They are the doctors whose goal in life is to improve YOUR bedside manner. The Sun (2014)The problem isn't his bedside manner, or his tendency to enrage colleagues. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He's a better cook than I am and has a much better bedside manner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Dr. P's bedside manner softened considerably. Christianity Today (2000)
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