At his own house, he addressed his ward by his Christian name: in the office, as managing clerk, he prefixed the courtesy title.
It seems such a farce to give them the courtesy title of sovereignty.
Mr. Severance—the courtesy title at least is due him—seems to be a man with quite a number of costly possessions.
The pause after the courtesy title was significant, and Griswold filled it promptly.
The younger sons of earls, and both eldest and younger sons of viscounts and barons, only bear the courtesy title of honourable.
The daughters of viscounts and barons also bear the courtesy title of honourable.
It is also given as a courtesy title to the senior officer of a squadron of more than three vessels.
I don't disgrace the Duke's family name, for I've dropped it, nor any courtesy title, for I don't use any.
There never had been a Mr. Fuzzey, although she always gave herself the courtesy title of Mrs.
The courtesy title was bestowed upon him by the State Legislature in recognition of his great services to that body.