All Adjective Adverb
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  • We need say no more about your gentlemanly conduct in public places. Cited from All's For the Best, by T. S. Arthur
  • We made a gentlemanly campaign and put our case before the committee. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • His interest in things German was part of his gentlemanly interest in culture generally.
  • He found ten or twelve persons present, some of gentlemanly appearance, others hard-looking characters. Cited from A Romance of the Republic, by Lydia Maria Francis Child
  • He is the most gentlemanly young man that I have seen in the town. Cited from Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks, by Charles Felton Pidgin
  • For some reason I did not like the man, although he was very kind and gentlemanly. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 22. July, 1878, by Various
  • He was such a pleasant gentlemanly man and most easy to talk to. Cited from Three Years in Tristan da Cunha, by K. M. Barrow
  • I could not help thinking he was very gentlemanly and kind. Cited from A Fair Barbarian, by Francis Hodgson Burnett
  • What if, instead of doing the gentlemanly thing, I refused to marry you? Cited from The Everlasting Whisper, by Jackson Gregory
  • If you wish to join our game, you may do so, if you will play in a gentlemanly manner. Cited from The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V (of X), by Various
  • You have been a most gentlemanly friend and captain to me. Cited from White Jacket, by Herman Melville
  • But if you have an ordinary gentlemanly man of business, he will take some goods of you. Cited from The Golden Censer, by John McGovern
  • He's a very kind man, the most gentlemanly man I've met.
  • The son looks a good deal more gentlemanly than the father. Cited from Sketches In The House, by T. P. O'Connor
  • In less than five minutes a very tall gentlemanly man issued from the same passage and approached them. Cited from Dusty Diamonds Cut and Polished, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • A gentlemanly person, with an air of culture, advanced to meet him. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 78, April, 1864, by Various
  • The gentlemanly appearance of the members, taken altogether, did not escape my notice. Cited from Englishwoman in America, by I. Lucy Bird
  • In personal appearance he is a good-looking gentlemanly fellow. Cited from Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris, by Henry Labouchere
  • He was a serious, gentlemanly looking young fellow, whose word might probably be trusted. Cited from The Marrow of Tradition, by Charles W. Chesnutt
  • You don't want a man to be gentlemanly and kind. Cited from Gil the Gunner, by George Manville Fenn
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