having good manners; courteous; polite
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Court participants should be polite and well-mannered.
He was extremely well-mannered, thorough, and efficient.
So there is a struggle-albeit a generally well-mannered one-between walkers' rights and property rights.
The admittedly fun and funky property allows well-mannered pets in all rooms for a small, additional fee.
It's amazing how steady, well-mannered, kind they are.
Well-mannered guests do not leave before the cake is served.
It is a family-friendly day of tail wagging fun for adults, kids, and well-mannered and leashed dogs.
Whether housed in an apartment or a home, the quiet, well-mannered house rabbit can be a welcome addition to any family.
Most of the cows on the farm were said to be well-mannered with a calm disposition.
She asked why the owner of a well-mannered dog be expected to pay for insurance.