With an old Southern courtliness, he said goodbye to my wife and wandered into the crowd around the platform.
He emanated a soothing aura of charm, culture, and courtliness.
Sir Terence was the very quintessence of courtliness, of concern for the other.
So great was the steadiness of the chief of the sages, and such the courtliness of Æsop.'
For never was her peer found for beauty, disposition, and courtliness.'
So to set an example of courtliness and humility, he sat among the lowest.
He could flatter the young by his courtliness and amuse the old by his repartee.
To Andre-Louis the Marquis inclined his head with that mixture of courtliness and condescension which he used.
He took her to have an ice, and she observed with pleasure the courtliness with which he used her.
Somewhat wearily, but with all courtliness of manner, he had her shown into his consultation room.