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But from that time on he was always polite and well-mannered.
All were well-mannered, hard-working, and pretty, and yet none has had a wooer.
Agnes too—so lady-like and well-mannered; she'd do credit to any man.
Not these girls,—for they are too well-mannered,—but people.
He was too well-mannered, she was too good, both were too affectionate, for them to quarrel easily.
The girls themselves were for the most part agreeable and well-mannered.
And if at times she found his prattle a bit tiresome, she was too well-mannered to say so.
He was handsome, well-mannered, and apparently all that could be desired.
People here are not at all well-mannered, to my taste; neither the men nor the women.
She is gracious and well-mannered; her southern founders taught her to be so.
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