Characterized by elaborate but usually formal courtesy
Fond of or given to ceremony
Bentley, who was a handsome, courtly man, attended largely to the London sales.
His courtly manners and his eloquence here also caused him to become very popular, but he again met with strong opposition from the Roman Church.
Still he was a cultured and courtly prince, who could win popularity.
He was a man of fine appearance and courtly manners, and he possessed personal magnetism and the ability to make friends, two qualities that contributed in great measure to his success.
The courtly were the feasts held at the creation, giving of robes, arms, spurs and the like.