gentility definition

  • noun:
    • the grade of being well-mannered; sophistication.
    • the health of becoming created towards the gentry.
    • individuals of high personal standing regarded as an organization.
    • an effort to convey or keep up with the look of refinement and elegance.
    • their state of being elegant, genteel, having good reproduction, or becoming socially superior.
    • the top of classes, the gentry.
    • Good extraction; self-esteem of birth.
    • The quality or qualities proper to those who find themselves well born, as self-respect, self-esteem, courage, courtesy, politeness of manner, a graceful and easy mien and behavior, etc.; good reproduction.
    • The class in society that, or are expected is, genteel; the gentry.
    • Paganism; heathenism.
    • the product quality or state of belonging to a certain gens, clan, or family; gentile commitment or stock.
    • Noble or mild beginning.
    • folks of great beginning; gentry.
    • Gentile character; paganism; heathenism.
    • the high quality or condition to be genteel; condition, appearance, or manner characteristic of courteous community; genteel behavior; fashionableness; stylishness.
    • elegance by virtue of fineness of manner and expression
    • the standard of becoming well-mannered; sophistication.
    • the healthiness of becoming born into the gentry.
    • Persons of high social standing thought to be a bunch.
    • an endeavor to mention or keep up with the look of sophistication and style.
    • hawaii of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or becoming socially exceptional.
    • top of the courses, the gentry.
    • great extraction; self-esteem of delivery.
    • the product quality or characteristics appropriate to those who find themselves well-born, as self-respect, dignity, nerve, courtesy, politeness of manner, a graceful and easy mien and behavior, etc.; good breeding.
    • The course in society who will be, or are expected to be, genteel; the gentry.
    • Paganism; heathenism.
    • The quality or state of belonging to a specific gens, clan, or family members; gentile commitment or stock.
    • Noble or gentle beginning.
    • individuals of good delivery; gentry.
    • Gentile character; paganism; heathenism.
    • the product quality or state to be genteel; condition, look, or way characteristic of courteous society; genteel behavior; fashionableness; stylishness.
    • beauty by virtue of fineness of fashion and expression
    • the grade of becoming well-mannered; refinement.
    • The condition of being produced into the gentry.
    • Persons of high personal standing thought to be a group.
    • an endeavor to share or maintain the look of sophistication and beauty.
    • hawaii of being elegant, genteel, having good reproduction, or becoming socially superior.
    • The upper classes, the gentry.
    • Good extraction; dignity of beginning.
    • the product quality or qualities appropriate to those people who are well-born, as self-respect, dignity, courage, courtesy, politeness of way, a graceful and easy mien and behavior, etc.; good reproduction.
    • The class in society that are, or are anticipated to-be, genteel; the gentry.
    • Paganism; heathenism.
    • the product quality or condition of belonging to a certain gens, clan, or family; gentile relationship or stock.
    • Noble or mild delivery.
    • individuals of great beginning; gentry.
    • Gentile personality; paganism; heathenism.
    • the product quality or condition to be genteel; condition, appearance, or manner characteristic of courteous society; genteel behavior; fashionableness; stylishness.
    • beauty by virtue of fineness of manner and phrase

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