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See also Mannerism

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Etymology 1Modificar

manner +‎ -ism

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Mannerism

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Mannerisms

Mannerism (plural Mannerisms)
  1. A group of verbal or other unconscious habitual behaviors peculiar to an individual.
  2. Exaggerated or effected style in art, speech, or other behavior.
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  • APA Dictionary of Psychology, 2007

Etymology 2Modificar

From Italian manierismo, from maniera, coined by L. Lanzi at the end of the XVIII century.

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  • Mannerism

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Singular
Mannerism

Plural
Mannerisms

Mannerism (plural Mannerisms)
  1. Patrono:Art In literature, an ostentatious and unnatural style of the second half of the sixteenth century. In the contemporary criticism, described as a negation of the classicist equilibrium, pre-Baroque, and deforming expressiveness.
  2. Patrono:Art In fine art, a style that is inspired by previous models, aiming to reproduce subjects in an expressive language.

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