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Civility vs Gentility - What's the difference?

civility | gentility | Related terms |

Civility is a related term of gentility.


As nouns the difference between civility and gentility

is that civility is politeness]]; courtesy; an individual act or a manner of [[behave|behaving which conforms to social conventions of propriety while gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior.

Affability vs Gentility - What's the difference?

affability | gentility | Related terms |

Affability is a related term of gentility.


As nouns the difference between affability and gentility

is that affability is the state or quality of being affable, friendly, or approachable while gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior.

Gentility vs Courtliness - What's the difference?

gentility | courtliness | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of courtliness.


As nouns the difference between gentility and courtliness

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while courtliness is the quality of being courtly; refinement of manners.

Gentility vs Cultivation - What's the difference?

gentility | cultivation | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of cultivation.


As nouns the difference between gentility and cultivation

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while cultivation is the art or act of cultivating; improvement of land for or by agriculture.

Dove vs Gentility - What's the difference?

dove | gentility |


As a verb dove

is to be obliged, compelled, or forced to; must, have to.

As a noun gentility is

(uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior.

Gentility vs Upbringing - What's the difference?

gentility | upbringing | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of upbringing.


As nouns the difference between gentility and upbringing

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while upbringing is the traits acquired during one's childhood training.

Gentility vs Training - What's the difference?

gentility | training | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of training.


As nouns the difference between gentility and training

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while training is training.

Gentility vs Grace - What's the difference?

gentility | grace | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of grace.


As a noun gentility

is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior.

As a proper noun grace is

(label) , equivalent to english (grace).

Gentility vs Courtesy - What's the difference?

gentility | courtesy | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of courtesy.


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between gentility and courtesy

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while courtesy is (uncountable) willingness or generosity in providing something needed.

As nouns the difference between gentility and courtesy

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while courtesy is (uncountable) polite behavior.

As a verb courtesy is

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As an adjective courtesy is

given or done as a polite gesture.

Gentility vs Rearing - What's the difference?

gentility | rearing | Related terms |

Gentility is a related term of rearing.


As nouns the difference between gentility and rearing

is that gentility is (uncountable) the state of being elegant, genteel, having good breeding, or being socially superior while rearing is act of raising young.

As a verb rearing is

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