Thesaurus / urbanity

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He was all urbanity and smiles, therefore, when the pirate captain obeyed his summons.

The Pirate CityR.M. Ballantyne

Csar's lines on Terence are written with rather more spirit and taste; they breathe Roman urbanity.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 3 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

Her urbanity was so marked that I thought it could only be a beautiful dream, and I rubbed my eyes before answering.

Wilberforce owed much of his influence to the singular sweetness of his disposition and the urbanity of his manners.

Its kisses conceal a profound indifference, its urbanity a perpetual contempt.

The ThirteenHonore de Balzac

He was remarkable for his urbanity of manners and hospitality, particularly to strangers.

Few, indeed, are the gentlemen who surpass him in elegance of appearance, or urbanity of manner.

The London PulpitJ. Ewing Ritchie

The urbanity of the French clergy in receiving our own may be imagined.

An AutobiographyElizabeth Butler

All the urbanity of Frenchmen, joined with the delightful frankness of the profession, assured us we were welcome.

A particular kind of hackney carriage, peculiar to the Parisians, in the opinion of some does no great honour to their urbanity.

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