Etiquette synonyms and antonyms

ĕt'ĭ-kĕt', -kĭt

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Etiquette (always plural in this sense).
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The manner in which a physical system, such as a gas, subatomic particle, or ecosystem, acts or functions, especially under specified conditions.
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(Uncountable) Polite behavior.
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(Uncountable) Appropriate social behavior; propriety
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Plural form of formality
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(Chiefly UK) Behavior that is both morally and socially correct; proper manner, decorum or etiquette.
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The collective skills for dealing with people and society.
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Socially correct usages or behaviors.
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Socially correct behavior
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(Sciences) The original notes of observations made during an experiment; also, the precise method for carrying out or reproducing a given experiment. [from 19th c.]
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Amenities are defined as etiquette and good manners.
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The treatment of other people in an impolite or discourteous way, or incorrect behaviour in public.
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Full of praise for others
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Formality or formalities
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Precise observance of formalities.
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A way or method in which something is done or happens; mode or fashion of procedure
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Frequent repetition of the same behavior; way of behavior common to many; ordinary manner; habitual practice; usage; method of doing, living or behaving.
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The definition of conduct means a person's behavior.
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Conventional behavior or act
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A blank document or template to be filled in by the user.
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An established form, rule, or custom, especially one followed merely for the sake of procedure or decorum.
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The quality of being polite.
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Long-continued or established practice; habitual or customary use or way of acting; custom; habit
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Socially correct behavior; manners.
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Moral attitudes.
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