View definitions for well-mannered
adjective as in polite and courteous
Their phones do work, and are operated by a disarmingly well-mannered host or hostess.
As a well-mannered gentleman, he let her go in front of him and speak first.
She was a smiling, confident girl, well-mannered but by no means shy.
In one corner: the patrician, privileged, well-mannered 35-year-old Quayle.
The trio of exceedingly well-mannered, well-heeled young men were brought upstairs, and they were interviewed separately.
They would starve on the skin of the Scotch men and are too well-mannered to attack that of the Scotch ladies.
Nancy made good her promise, and Newport society threw wide its doors to the good-looking and well-mannered visitor.
De Gollyer, approaching at last the great question, assumed an air of concentrated firmness, tempered with well-mannered delicacy.
M. d'Ablaincourt was an egotist; but, at the same time, a well-bred, a well-mannered egotist.
She was a well-mannered, commonplace Frenchwoman, rather colourless and uninteresting.
On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to well-mannered, such as: affable, considerate, cordial, courteous, gentlemanly, and gracious.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.