Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


When children are well behaved they soon get themselves loved.

But why watch her with more interest than all the "well behaved" of his school?

When quite young he had always been well behaved and thoughtful.

On the water—that is usually the place for well behaved tugs!

In a family or school, which are the children that are most civil and well behaved?

It is quiet and well behaved that you have got to be, Teddy.

They were so quiet and well behaved that Mary watched them in surprise.

He is handsome, well behaved, and the girl talked to him nineteen to the dozen.

You must be polite and well behaved, and don't make any of your startling speeches.

This was a very acute woman, and as well behaved as need to be.