haviour (n.) Old form(s): hauior , hauiour
behaviour, manner, demeanour
Cym III.iv.9[Innogen to Pisanio] Put thyself / Into a haviour of less fear
Ham II.ii.12[Claudius to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, of Hamlet] so neighboured to his youth and 'haviour [Q2; F humour]
MW I.iii.73[Nym to Falstaff] I will keep the haviour of reputation [i.e. the appearance of respectability]
R2 I.iii.77[Bolingbroke to John of Gaunt] furbish new the name of John o' Gaunt / Even in the lusty haviour of his son!
RJ II.ii.99[Juliet to Romeo] thou mayst think my 'haviour light [Q1; F behaviour]
TN III.iv.202[Viola as Cesario to Olivia] With the same 'haviour that your passion bears / Goes on my master's griefs
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