well-mannered

[wel-man-erd]
adjective
polite; courteous.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English

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well-mannered
 
adj
having good manners; courteous; polite

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Example sentences
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.
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