“He "genteelly" met me, took Captain Barker's letter of introduction, and then introduced me to his wife and daughter, and to his wife's sister from Boston, who was there on a visit with her daughter, making quite a lively social circle.”
“But eventually I did wake up to the event at hand when it gradually dawned on me that a wonderful battle of contrasts was being fought most genteelly by two successful, confident and determined women on the stage.”
“Mr. Batterberry, who in recent years had genteelly declined to disclose his age to the news media -- "Age entries should be reserved for wine lists," he once told The New York Times -- was 78.”
“He was that rare thing, a gentleman, although genteelly rumpled and genially grumpy.”
“He was that rare thing, a gentleman, although "genteelly rumpled and genially grumpy" as his New York Times obituary described him.”
“He was that rare thing, a gentleman, although "genteelly rumpled and genially grumpy.”
“They fancy some foul, obscure den… But no, innocent friend; in these days men have learned the art of sinning expertly and genteelly, so as not to shock the eyes and senses of respectable society.”
“Some years later, his first American employer took him out for a drink, and explained that stylish people drank scotch genteelly -- a lesson he has adhered to ever since.”
“The Happy Workers had developed a very traditional outlet for a new Jewish social strata — unmarried, genteelly educated young women — but it did not connect them to the larger world of professionalized acculturation and social control that young women in larger, more dynamic cities felt able to build.”
“He's saying -- out loud and clearly -- what others (even the ones not running for the ultimate office) are still only genteelly mumbling (OK, Pelosi is learning to speak clearly too)”
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