Synonyms & Antonyms : Polite
Just a polite remark is enough to correct his mannerism.
The table was covered with an elegant lace cloth.
My aunt Mary was the most genteel woman I ever knew.
The old man was esteemed for his courtly manners.
They wrote us a courteous thank you note.
Martin Luther king devoted his life to civil rights.
The boss’s complaisant manners made every one feel at home.
Chivalrous men usually treat women with respect.
She cultivated her mind by reading many books.
He asked many awkward questions to my boss which in fact put me to shame.
His claim of getting high position in the Government Service proved a bluff.
He was nice to look at but when it came to speech his untaught mannerism came into focus.
His jokes are rather crude and unpolished.
His education has not lifted him from uncouth mannerism.
His advice was sound but it was rather brusque.
He played the role of an ill-bred rustic in the new play.
His clownish behavior at the office party cost him his job.
His is too raw for a show boy job in this emporium.
Very often our servant becomes to insolent. I wish to terminate his services.
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