well-mannered


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characterized by good manners

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of good upbringing

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socially correct in behavior

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She is a well-mannered and joyous teenager, and a gracious and charming bride.
while adventurous and daring, he was impeccably behaved and well-mannered, always treating his companions courteously.
Though he was gentle, charming, and well-mannered, he never found a mate or even had a girlfriend; and he suffered for years from bitter loneliness.
She brings a vital shot of life to the well-mannered proceedings.
And dad Kevin added: "Jack was an adorable, well-mannered, gentle boy who had an extraordinary presence that could light up a room.
As well-mannered as the waiting girls are--engaged in a more or less sanctioned use of the urban infrastructure--the intentions of the young men remain unclear in their inhospitable surroundings, in which time and place are determined solely by the title and date of the photograph, Rotterdam, 1992.
That way, you'll wow everyone with being so well-mannered and yet so young.
A place where thinking happy thoughts could make you fly, where fervent wishing could revive an expiring fairy; where well-mannered children ran around in the skins of animals that they couldn't remember killing, and sat down to imaginary feasts that were just as sustaining as real dinners.
Dean asserts that the paintings utilize images of youthful misbehavior in contrast to well-mannered adults to convey an order-promoting message to common Andeans.
A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that, because Gareth is very charming and well-mannered off the pitch, he lacks strength on it,' Smith said.
What the critic here calls "commodification" of women does not exclusively occur in terms of sexuality, for they are desired for other qualities too, as Ligurio's description of Lucretia, in act one, scene three of Mandragola, proves ("beautiful woman, wise, well-mannered, and capable of governing a kingdom").
It would have been easy for a slender, well-mannered 20-year-old from Seattle to shy away from the spotlight because of the threat of losing a college scholarship.
The well-mannered members of the famed Beardstown Ladies' Investment Club can be a pretty hard-nosed bunch when it comes to choosing their investments.
A translation, The Sonnets of a Handsome and Well-Mannered Rogue, appeared in 1970.
Animal companions are most welcome here as long as they are well-mannered.