British-born, he had a level of self-possession that seemed virtually Bond-like in the urbanity vacuum of CBS prime time.
For Shaftel this kind of licentious behavior amounts to “conspicuous consumption disguised as urbanity.”
Good temper and urbanity alike suffered rudely when he beheld the wife they brought him.
Despite his visitor's urbanity, he was still a little nervous.
urbanity is the right word, the name one cannot help using, for the temper of this rustic and provincial poem.
We manage to correct a stranger with urbanity and good humour.
The ship's officers were urbanity itself, and did everything in their power for our comfort.
His tone had lost a little of its urbanity when he answered.
I underestimated—at least, didn't consider carefully enough—your power; and overestimated your ethics and urbanity.
The urbanity was not exactly cold enough for George's notions.