courtly definition

  • adjective:
    • ideal for a royal courtroom; stately: courtly furniture and photos.
    • Elegant; processed: courtly ways.
    • Flattering in an insincere means; obsequious.
    • appropriate a royal court; processed, dignified.
    • Obsequious, flattering.
    • Relating or belonging to a court.
    • Elegant; polite; courtlike; flattering.
    • Disposed to prefer the great; favoring the insurance policy or party of the courtroom; obsequious.
    • refined or imposing in way or appearance; befitting a royal court
    • appropriate a royal judge; stately: courtly furniture and pictures.
    • Elegant; refined: courtly manners.
    • complementing in an insincere means; obsequious.
    • ideal for a royal courtroom; refined, dignified.
    • Obsequious, flattering.
    • Relating or belonging to a court.
    • Elegant; courteous; courtlike; flattering.
    • Disposed to prefer the great; favoring the insurance policy or celebration of the judge; obsequious.
    • refined or imposing in way or look; befitting a royal judge
  • adverb:
    • In a courtly manner; elegantly or politely.
    • in the way of process of law; politely; gracefully; elegantly.
    • In a courtly fashion; elegantly or politely.
    • In the manner of courts; politely; gracefully; elegantly.
  • others:
    • Pertaining or associated with a court or to courts.
    • Elegant; polite; processed; polite: since, “courtly accents fine,”
    • Disposed to court the truly amazing; somewhat obsequious; flattering.
    • in how of courts; elegantly; in a gracious or flattering manner.
    • Pertaining or relating to a court or even to process of law.
    • Elegant; polite; refined; courteous: as, “courtly accents good,”
    • Disposed to court the great; notably obsequious; flattering.
    • in the way of courts; elegantly; in a gracious or flattering way.

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