Cast and Manner

Cast

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Cast noun – Facial appearance regarded as an indication of mood or feeling.
Usage example: his face took on a somewhat sad cast when we asked how his ill wife was faring

Manner is a synonym for cast in disposition topic. In some cases you can use "Manner" instead a noun "Cast", when it comes to topics like group, appearance, type.
Nearby Words: casting, castled, caster
Synonyms for Cast

Manner

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Manner noun – A distinctive way of putting ideas into words.
Cast is a synonym for manner in disposition topic. Sometimes you can use "Cast" instead a noun "Manner", if it concerns topics such as demeanour, group.
Nearby Words: mannerly, mannerism, mannered, mannerless, mannerist
Synonyms for Manner

How words are described

similar similar cast similar manner
usual usual cast usual manner
interesting interesting cast interesting manner
heroic heroic cast heroic manner
Other adjectives: different.

Both words in one sentence

  • Most of the cast have some manner of psychological issue or other, and learning what caused it and confronting it gives, at best, some manner of closure that helps in the healing process.
  • Oh, and at the end of it all she has him killed in a truly horrifying manner, in front of all the cast members he'd been treating like dirt up to this point.
  • Sensible Heroes, Skimpy Villains In The Lair of the White Worm, the entire cast is dressed in a manner fitting people living in the English countryside.
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