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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgentlemanlygen‧tle‧man‧ly /ˈdʒentlmənli/ adjective  POLITEKINDa man who is gentlemanly speaks and behaves politely, and treats other people with respect
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gentlemanlyBut more importantly, he suspected that Heathcliff was hiding his true wickedness under his gentlemanly appearance.Such a gentlemanly boy Frank is, for these circumstances.Colleagues described Dorrance as a gentlemanly, compassionate man with a lot of moral commitment.Because you imagine that Martin will do the gentlemanly thing and keep you out of it?Once inside a gentlemanly usher gave our party good seats.
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