- cultured; civilized; educated
- Beaufort was vulgar he was uneducated he was purse-proud.
- None the less we found the house to be well furnished and the lady who received us was a most engaging elderly person who bore every mark of refinement and culture.
- That's preposterous.no well-bred man would do this.
- A traveled educated man; well-traveled people.
- An educated or respected man in the near east.
- Cookery is become on art a noble science cooks are gentlemen.
- You are a tall handsome and well-bred fellow.
- A majority of even cultured frenchmen seem to have lost their feeling for racine.
- His father a trucking company manager raised brad and his younger brother and sister to be respectable church-going folk.
- They'd be more civilized.
- They are persons of culture.
- He is a well-bred young man.
- Cultured idealistic sympathetic he seemed to tess a demigod and though she had sworn herself to celibacy the enforced propinquity ripened into intimacy and drifted into love.
- Her father was the once well-known r.a. old sir malcolm reid.her mother had been one of the cultivated fabians in the palmy rather pre-raphaelite days.
- The story of walter raleigh who spread his cloak on the ground to keep queen elizabeth from the hardship of crossing a muddy puddle can qualify that nobleman for an award as a man of tact and good breeding.