|habitual behavior||force of habit|
|(British) aggressive, irritating; exasperation, difficulty, threatening behavior||aggro|
|(Psychology) adoption of feminine behavior and dress (by a man)||eonism|
|(symbol) +, adding emphasis, affirmative, basic form of modifier, beneficial, cell plate or terminal, electropositive, empirical, encouraging good behavior, image like the subject, indicating presence of something in test, irrefutable, making light con...||positive|
|(Tc) radioactive element whose chemical behavior is similar to rhenium; used as a diagnostic tool (Chemistry), `:Tc||technetium|
|,Caribbean, deductible, dismiss from employment, extra, leftover, superfluous, above and beyond, more than enough, overabundance, surplus; overindulgence, immoderation, required in addition, unrestrained behavior||excess|
|aberrancy, deviancy; distortedness, abnormality; stubbornness, obstinacy, perverse action, stubborn unreasonable behavior||perversity|
|absence of violence, lack of violence; nonaggressive behavior, passivity, principle of refraining from using violence||nonviolence|
|act as respectable cover for, area of activity, aspect of something, at or near the front, battle zone, be the head of, beginning or first pages, confront, cover for illegal activities, deliberately assumed behavior, detachable shirt front, direction i...||front|
|act immorally, unethical, or unprofessional behavior, incompetence, manage incompetently, misbehavior, improper conduct, unprofessional behavior; bad management||misconduct|
|act intended to impress, behavior intended to impress, insincere behavior, artificial manner, pretense||affectation|
|act of deviating; aberration, abnormality; divergence, change or difference, compass error, difference from statistical average, unacceptable behavior or attitude||deviation|
|act of fixating; stabilizing; focusing on; fixing in place; arrest of emotional development; obsession, conversion of nitrogen, immature psychosexual behavior, preserving for examination, stabilization of chemical||fixation|
|act of grinding or fine chopping; preparation of mincemeat; hesitant or restrained speech; speech or behavior that is affected or unnaturally courteous; walking with dainty steps, overly dainty||mincing|
|act of transforming something into an institution (i.e. custom, law, pattern of behavior); placing of a person in an institution||institutionalization|
|act of turning completely around, change of direction; change (of opinion, loyalty, etc.); merry-go-round (British); acting towards someone in the manner they have acted towards others; radical person (Archaic), total change in outlook or behavior, tur...||turnabout|
|act or process of intentionally and maliciously setting fire to property; instigation, incitement, behavior inciting civil unrest||incendiarism|
|act violently or riotously, riotousness, wild or frenzied behavior, run rampant, behave wildly, move about furiously, violent behavior||rampage|
|action against rules, crime, unfair or illegal play in a sports match; unfair or treacherous behavior, unfairness||foul play|
|actions and principles of a vigilance committee; characteristic behavior and attitudes of a vigilante||vigilantism|
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