Origin of gentility
Related formsun·gen·til·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for gentility
Packaging these rebuffs with gentility and kindness may or may not succeed.
It is the garb most likely to obscure and set backward even a Walpole or a Chesterfield in any impression of gentility.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
She has the essence of gentility, and indeed her manners are better bred than most of our ladies.
Perhaps, after all, fear is at the root of the English veneration for gentility.The Romany Rye|George Borrow