She really could not be cross with him, he was too well mannered.
The young lady—she was not more than twenty—was pleasing-looking and well mannered.
She was quite a little lady, so gentle, teachable, and well mannered.
That he was very charming and well mannered and that perhaps all foreigners were that way.
“And you were too well mannered to ask,” Serge suggested, smiling.
They're a little noisier and perhaps not quite so well mannered.
The young man was honorably born, good-looking, well mannered.
Agnes too—so ladylike and well mannered; she'd do credit to any man.
But then the Irish horses are so well mannered and good-natured.
The Quichua Indians are a comparatively silent race, quiet and well mannered, and inoffensive except when they are drunk.