gentility

[ jen-til-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gentility

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENTILITY

What, in the name of gentility, can you know of fashionable life?

The boy, Leonard Bast, stood at the extreme verge of gentility.

By that road, his progress to the goal of gentility would be smooth and simple.

To me, this was a precious document; it was a patent of gentility at once.

I knew that the gentility of the knock had taken both her and her mother aback.

Now, I must say that is the very tip-top of gentility and politeness.

I have seen in my own family that horrible mixture, Gentility and Poverty.

She was shabbily dressed, with a trace of gentility in clothes and manner.

What they did enjoy was not the flowers themselves but their association with gentility.

Now, it was quiet and gentility, easy-living and refinement.

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