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:
Translations

mannerliness

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

mannerliness

nWohlerzogenheit f
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Taking as the mermaid's song is, the sea, usually rude or stormy, grows civil: mannerliness is established long as she sings.
And make no mistake about it: Mannerliness is indeed a virtue, not some superfluous affectation practiced by those with too much time on their hands.
With breathtaking mannerliness, the novel blesses its central union of first cousins Edmund Bertram and Fanny as "sterling" (471).