civility[ si-vil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF civility
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIVILITY
If Halbert will let me alone, or treat me with civility, he may be sure that I shall not trouble him.
America, at its best, matches a commitment to principle with a concern for civility.
Civility,” said Lady Montague, “costs nothing and buys everything.
Yet it is a civility which I seldom refuse to anything which wears a cap.
The populace were all civility to him so were the ministers.
I am to woo a man before he will pay me the homage of civility.
Now I understand Mr. Briggs' civility, the tradesmen's reticence.
She continued to treat the duke with civility and to pay him many honors.
He seemed to catch my eye like, and I had to speak out of civility.
His civility prevented him from repeating the other, the bitter part.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CIVILITY
- good behavior
- good breeding
- fair shake
- give and take
- good faith
- square deal