well-bred

Well-bred vs Refined - What's the difference?

well-bred | refined | Related terms |

Well-bred is a related term of refined.


As adjectives the difference between well-bred and refined

is that well-bred is well-mannered and refined because of a good upbringing and education while refined is showing or having good feelings or good taste.

As a verb refined is

(refine).

Obliging vs Well-bred - What's the difference?

obliging | well-bred | Related terms |

Obliging is a related term of well-bred.


As adjectives the difference between obliging and well-bred

is that obliging is happy and ready to do favours for others while well-bred is well-mannered and refined because of a good upbringing and education.

As a verb obliging

is .

Civil vs Well-bred - What's the difference?

civil | well-bred | Related terms |

Civil is a related term of well-bred.


As adjectives the difference between civil and well-bred

is that civil is (uncomparable) having to do with people and government office as opposed to the military or religion while well-bred is well-mannered and refined because of a good upbringing and education.

Gracious vs Well-bred - What's the difference?

gracious | well-bred | Related terms |

Gracious is a related term of well-bred.


As adjectives the difference between gracious and well-bred

is that gracious is kind and warmly courteous while well-bred is well-mannered and refined because of a good upbringing and education.

As an interjection gracious

is expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration.