gentlemanlike gentlemanlike


  • (adj) befitting a man of good breeding


  1. These soldiers, who arrive in Switzerland at the rate of about a thousand a day, are the very prototype of gentlemanlike, tactful tourists.
  2. John McCain has the gentlemanlike demeanor to simply ignore Barack's rude and untimely placed interruptions.


  • Austen wrote fontly of Lefroy calling him "a gentlemanlike, good-looking, pleasant young man".
    on Jun 11, 2008 By: Jane Austen Source:

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