That Harry should hold his own did not surprise her; it was rather unexpected that he should do it so lightly and so urbanely.
urbanely he handed her into the coach, and, after her, her woman.
Panshin counted ninety, and began calmly and urbanely taking tricks with a severe and dignified expression of face.
“Monsieur is doubtless a great traveller,” he remarked, urbanely.
urbanely he desired to have the honour of being acquainted with their names.
Mr. Soloman urbanely touches her on the arm—begs she will keep her seat.
Any one of my servants,” he said urbanely, “who wait in the adjoining room, will order you an arabîyeh.
"I am going to ask that very question of you," said Norton urbanely.
"Rather to change with you, sir," said the other urbanely, and drew out his own chased and medallioned box.
"I am obliged to you for your Hebrew poem in honour of my project," he said urbanely.
1530s, "of or relating to cities or towns," from Middle French urbain (14c.), from Latin urbanus "belonging to a city," also "citified, elegant" (see urban). The meaning "having the manners of townspeople, courteous, refined" is first attested 1620s. Urbanity in this sense is recorded from 1530s. For sense connection, cf. human/humane.