genteelly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a genteel manner
the English lived genteelly in India
- Sales for what the cosmetics industry genteelly calls "age-specialist" products could shoot well over $2 billion this year, says Mark Brooks of NPD BeautyTrends.
- George II, living in genteelly poor exile, had indicated his willingness to take his old job back and restoration fever grew.
- As the sun set on the British Empire, the ESU entered its own twilight zone, aging genteelly like many of its members.
News & Articles
- The Second Act of Gillian Anderson
The photo assistant is a fan of “The X-Files.” The whole room is. But the photo assistant is the first to speak up. “Would you mind…” he says, apologetically holding up a camera. Gillian Anderson obliges, posing genteelly. That’s when the floodgates break open.
March 6, 2014 - Backstage.com