etiquette[ et-i-kit, -ket ]SEE DEFINITION OF etiquette
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ETIQUETTE
You know better than any one else the etiquette of the Spanish Court.
What do you think, eh, of the etiquette which compels him to such loneliness?
For that breach of etiquette I had to humiliate you that Royal dignity might be preserved.
When the decent distance of etiquette separated us we resumed our paddles.
A battle should be like a stately minuet, with no loss of dignity or of etiquette.'
Perfect silence at Reisenburg, then, was etiquette and the fashion.
But the etiquette of the bush does not demand much in coats.
All this etiquette is a dodge for keeping the business in the hands of the older men.
And if he has the appetite, he will have the soup, etiquette or no etiquette.
They have that native pride that demands a certain amount of etiquette and deference.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ETIQUETTE
- established way
- matter of course
- second nature
- unwritten law
- unwritten rule