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  • 1Well-mannered — Well man nered, a. Polite; well bred; complaisant; courteous. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2well-mannered — [wel′man′ərd] adj. having or showing good manners; polite; courteous …

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  • 3well-mannered — well′ man′nered adj. polite; courteous • Etymology: 1350–1400 …

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  • 4well-mannered — /wel man euhrd/, adj. polite; courteous. [1350 1400; ME] * * * …

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  • 5mannered — man|nered [ˈmænəd US ərd] adj 1.) well mannered/bad mannered etc polite, impolite etc in the way you behave in social situations ▪ He is the most well mannered, well behaved boy I know. 2.) behaviour, speech, or writing that is mannered is not… …

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  • 6-mannered — UK [mænə(r)d] US [mænərd] suffix used with some adjectives and adverbs to make adjectives describing the type of manners that someone has bad mannered ill mannered mild mannered Thesaurus: suffixes …

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  • 7man|nered — «MAN uhrd», adjective. having many mannerisms; affected; artificial: »a mannered style of writing. mannered, combining form. having manners: »Well mannered = having good manners. Mild mannered = having mild manners …

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  • 8Mannered — Man nered, a. 1. Having a certain way, esp. a polite way, of carrying and conducting one s self; as, a well mannered child. [1913 Webster] Give her princely training, that she may be Mannered as she is born. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Affected with… …

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  • 9well-man|nered — «WEHL MAN uhrd», adjective. having or showing good manners; polite; courteous: »The well mannered child always remembered to say “please” and “thank you.” …

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  • 10well — 1. adv., adj., & int. adv. (better, best) 1 in a satisfactory way (you have worked well). 2 in the right way (well said; you did well to tell me). 3 with some talent or distinction (plays the piano well). 4 in a kind way (treated me well). 5… …

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  • 11well-heeled — adjective in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards easy living a prosperous family his family is well situated financially well to do members of the community • Syn: ↑ …

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  • 12List of Spider-Man (1994 TV series) characters — This is a list of characters from Spider Man (1994 TV series). Contents 1 Heroes and allies 1.1 Spider Man/Peter Parker 1.2 Blade 1.3 The Black Cat/Felicia Hardy …

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  • 13Spider-Man (1967 TV series) — Infobox Television show name = Spider Man caption = Spider Man, as depicted in the 1967 Saturday morning cartoon. format = Animation, Adventure runtime = 25 minutes creator = Stan Lee (comic book), Steve Ditko (comic book), Grantray Lawrence… …

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  • 14The Man of Steel (comics) — This article is about the 1986 John Byrne mini series. For the ongoing series that ran from 1991 2003, see Superman: The Man of Steel. The Man of Steel Cover to The Man of Steel #1. Art by John Byrne. Publication information …

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  • 15The Meteor Man (film) — Infobox Film name = The Meteor Man image size = caption = Theatrical one sheet for The Meteor Man director = Robert Townsend producer = Robert Townsend Loretha C. Jones writer = Robert Townsend narrator = starring = Robert Townsend Marla Gibbs… …

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  • 16Mitică — The Bucharest Tribunal during the 1890s (a horse drawn tram to the left) Mitică (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈtikə]) is a fictional character who appears in several sketch stories by Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale, and whose name is a… …

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