more courtesy

[ kur-tuh-see or for 5, kurt-see ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


There was not a peasant in Nordland who would not have had more courtesy.

We all know that you are very polite, but you have more courtesy than bravery.

Wickersham greeted him with more courtesy than he usually showed him.

As it was, they had no more courtesy for him than for Stephens, believing the judge to have disgraced his office.

It is to be hoped that they were restored to their homes with more courtesy than they were brought thence.

I hardly know whether I ought to say that the editor should have shown me more courtesy.

Nowhere nowadays is more courtesy shown to the inquiring stranger.

Therefore greater silence and more courtesy reigned in the resort, but it was accompanied with less frankly and cordiality.

And thus the exciting debate terminated with more courtesy than that with which it had been conducted.

As we stepped into his room, he came to meet us, with more courtesy than pleasure apparent on his countenance.