Courtesy synonyms

kûr'tĭ-sē
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The thought process of considering, of taking everything into account.
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The quality of being genteel.
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The characteristic of being courteous.
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The quality of being polite.
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The definition of a pleasantry is a polite social remark made as part of general conversation, or a little joke.
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The definition of civility refers to politeness or etiquette.
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The quality of being courtly; refinement of manners.
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Courteous formality; politeness:
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The forms, manners, and ceremonies established by convention as acceptable or required in social relations, in a profession, or in official life
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(Law) The principle by which the courts of one jurisdiction may give effect to the laws and decisions of another, or may stay their own proceedings in deference to those in another jurisdiction
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Propriety is the quality of being appropriate, suitable or following the proper custom.
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The state of being gracious
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The treatment of other people with courtesy and politeness, and showing correct public behaviour.
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An instance of kind behavior:
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An act or instance of this
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The quality of being genial
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Cordial quality; warm, friendly feeling
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A cause of concern:
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Delicate perception of the right thing to say or do without offending; skill in dealing with people
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In criminal sentencing law, the conduct by a prisoner that may justify a reduction in his or her sentence.
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Advancement or refinement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition
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Gallantry is defined as nobility or courage.
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A yielding in opinion, judgment, or wishes
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Courteous conduct
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Courteous conduct
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Courteous conduct
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Something said or done as a matter of form.
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The quality of being suave; graceful politeness
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Courteous act
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A favor or privilege
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Characterized by gracious consideration toward others.
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Alternative spelling of debonair.
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Based on deference; based on the doctrine, ideology, or wishes of others rather than one's own conclusions
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Without payment or charge.
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Prompted by or associated with friendliness and solicitude toward guests
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Calculated to please or win favor:
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The definition of obsequious is showing too much willingness to serve someone or something.
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(Grammar) Not belonging to the original root.
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(Of a man) Courteous, polite, refined, and suave.
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A gesture of respect or reverence made chiefly by women by bending the knees with one foot forward and lowering the body.
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Duty or responsibility.
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An artistic work imitating another in a flattering style. Recently, the pronunciation /oʊˈmɒːʒ/ has been introduced from French for this usage; see hommage, which preserves the French spelling.
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Courteous conduct
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The quality of being obsequious; servile compliance
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The condition of being servile.
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(Uncountable) The state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior.
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The state of being gentle.
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A favor or gift, usually in the form of money, given in return for service.
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A feeling of approval of or agreement with an idea, cause, etc.
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(Plural only) The quality of being pleasant or agreeable, whether in respect to situation, climate, manners, or disposition; pleasantness; civility; suavity; gentleness.
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The arts, beliefs, customs, institutions, and other products of human work and thought considered as a unit, especially with regard to a particular time or social group:
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(Internet) An Internet address; URL.
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The demonstration of any of the knightly qualities
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A particular point or detail
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The act of dealing with something or someone; treatment:
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Face or countenance
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Courteous conduct
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The serving of food or the manner in which it is served:
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Courteous act
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Something that is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation:
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Deep awareness of the suffering of another accompanied by the wish to relieve it.
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Something done, such as providing a loan or signing an accommodation paper as a surety for another, that is done as a favor without any direct or indirect benefit, compensation, or consideration.
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The quality of being generous
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A voluntary giving of money or other help to those in need
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The actions or reactions of a person or animal in response to external or internal stimuli.
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A formal act without intrinsic purpose; an empty form:
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The definition of affable is a person who is friendly or easy to talk to.
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Of or relating to chivalry.
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Expressing, using, or resembling a compliment:
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Having the supreme executive and legislative power resting with a cabinet of ministers chosen from, and responsible to a parliament.
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(Cartography) a unit pertaining to the infrastructure of a community, such as a public toilet, a postbox, a library etc.
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A set of rules governing the communication and the transfer of data between machines, as in a computer system
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Lack of courtesy; impoliteness; bad manners; rudeness
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Unfavorable opinion or regard; disapproval:
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The act or state of deliberately not paying attention or caring about; misregard.
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The treatment of other people in an impolite or discourteous way, or incorrect behaviour in public.
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The quality of being unmannerly; rudeness.
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The state of being impolite; incivility; rudeness.
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The quality of being pompous
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The property of being rude.
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(Uncountable) Willingness or generosity in providing something needed.
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A tendency to be springy; resilience
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The state, quality, or characteristic of being bland.
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Courteous act
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A kindly, charitable act or gift; beneficence
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The definition of attentive is paying attention to or being thoughtful of others.
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Chivalrous
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A gracious gesture, noble in form but often futile or meaningless in substance.
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