The colonel, for all his Chesterfieldian polish, could judge a horse or man in the raw.
His manners are perfect;—not Chesterfieldian, and yet never offensive.
Sube rarely overlooked an opportunity to demonstrate to Mrs. Guilford his Chesterfieldian manners.
Besides, sir, he was a boy who under a Chesterfieldian exterior hid strong destructive propensities.
Worldly beyond his reputation, and somewhat Chesterfieldian in his principles, he consents to be a Roman while at Rome.
The guests at the Felton banquet greatly exceed the Chesterfieldian limits.
He passed out of the door with a Chesterfieldian bow and good night.
“You do us too much honor,” said Paul, making a low bow in his best Chesterfieldian manner.
But, a single sentence like this would vitiate the entire Chesterfieldian correspondence.
"Ef you'll git right in heah, you'll be dah befoh yer know it, ma'am," said he giving a Chesterfieldian bow.