mannerliness


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man·ner·ly

 (măn′ər-lē)
adj.
Having or showing good manners. See Synonyms at polite.
adv.
With good manners; politely.

man′ner·li·ness n.
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mannerliness

noun
Well-mannered behavior toward others:
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mannerliness

[ˈmænəlɪnɪs] N(buena) educación f, crianza f, cortesía f
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mannerliness

nWohlerzogenheit f
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sensitivity, understanding, thoughtfulness, consideration, diplomacy, discretion, discernment, judgement, prudence, judiciousness, perception, subtlety, wisdom, tactfulness; etiquette, courtesy, cordiality, politeness, decorum, mannerliness, polish, respect, respectfulness; savoir faire, politesse.
Leader-member mannerliness of exchange is an indication of the culturally suitable interactive exchanges that take place between leaders and fellows.
the spirit of mannerliness, real issues may go undiscussed in a joint