more gentlemanly

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  • The son looks a good deal more gentlemanly than the father. Cited from Sketches In The House, by T. P. O'Connor
  • Dying would be a much more gentlemanly way of meeting the difficulty. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 10, August, 1858, by Various
  • They play a more gentlemanly game; but the people are still robbed of their rights. Cited from How To Write Special Feature Articles, by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
  • "John, if I were you I would use more gentlemanly language." Cited from The Measure of a Man, by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  • Farther, he regards himself as a gentleman, and books strike him as being more gentlemanly than trade. Cited from Walking-Stick Papers, by Robert Cortes Holliday
  • His dress was neat and well appointed, and his manners far more gentlemanly than his father's. Cited from Mary Barton, by Elizabeth Gaskell
  • A more gentlemanly weapon it would be hard to find. Cited from The Gold Hunter's Adventures, by William H. Thomes
  • Who is there more gentlemanly in the country? Cited from Muslin, by George Moore
  • She does not know a gentleman, probably, more gentlemanly than Lovelace. Cited from Ars Recte Vivendi, by George William Curtis
  • The new-comers, who were winning, thought they had never taken part in a sport more gentlemanly and amusing. Cited from The Mark Of Cain, by Andrew Lang
  • To the eyes of an outsider like myself the tenants seemed the more gentlemanly of the two parties. Cited from Norah's Tour of Ireland, Margaret Dixon McDougall
  • The rats are more gentlemanly, so far, they keep themselves to themselves, they have their own dug-out and have left mine alone so far. Cited from Letters from France, by Isaac Alexander Mack
  • It also does not appear well-bred to pick them at table, unless others do so, and where such is a custom of the more gentlemanly. Cited from George Washington's Rules of Civility, by Moncure D. Conway
  • My reply was more gentlemanly, more courteous, on a higher plane altogether. Cited from Love Among the Chickens, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • I advise you to seek some more gentlemanly employment. Cited from Fame and Fortune, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • "At all events, you'll have a more gentlemanly companion than Mr Oxbelly." Cited from Mr. Midshipman Easy, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • "They always say the Republicans are much more gentlemanly than the Democrats." Cited from A Hoosier Chronicle, by Meredith Nicholson
  • You go trim the trees, and work at cleaner, more gentlemanly jobs. Cited from Laddie, by Gene Stratton Porter
  • Does this make it more gentlemanly to smoke with a lady beside you in a carriage, or upon a bench on the piazza? Cited from Ars Recte Vivendi, by George William Curtis
  • A more gentlemanly person, a more intelligent mind, a meeker and more believing spirit, I have not met this many a day. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 35, September, 1860, by Various
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