noun, plural suav·i·ties.
Origin of suavity
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Historical Examples of suavity
Would you advise me to offer you shocks as a sort of vacation from suavity?Alice Adams
It is a wonder that your husband has any nerves or patience or suavity left.The Wedding Ring
T. De Witt Talmage
They find the modiste, who inspects her new customers and is all suavity.Floyd Grandon's Honor
Amanda Minnie Douglas
By his suavity and impudence, he gained control of General Morris.Between the Lines
Henry Bascom Smith
The suavity of this pronouncement enfolded all as with a blessing.The Island Pharisees
c.1400, "pleasantness, delightfulness; kindness, gentleness," from Latin suavitas, from suavis (see suave).