Courteous in a sentence

Definition of Courteous

Showing regard or thought for others; especially, displaying good manners or etiquette.

Short Example Sentence for Courteous

  • 1. I was as courteous as possible.
  • 2. How courteous and polite through it all.
  • 3. He was uniformly courteous to her.
  • 4. For my sake only courteous be!
  • 5. He was courteous to her as to any lady.
  • 6. But the young man was a courteous host.
  • 7. To the now courteous brothel keeper he was equally cordial.
  • 8. In German to be courteous is to lie.
  • 9. Few nations are more courteous than the French.
  • 10. And Sir Hugh Montgomery was a courteous knight.
  • 11. Yet he had never been anything but gentle and courteous to her.
  • 12. Did not hang about her, but was courteous to all the ladies.
  • 13. His voice was gentle and courteous to this future victim of his intelligence.
  • 14. He is as civil and courteous as the Climate in which he was born is sharp.
  • 15. He used to be such a pleasant, courteous man, a genuine artist.
  • 16. He was sensitive, kind, courteous and unselfish, but very reticent.
  • 17. He smiles and with a courteous mien He draws the bright blade out.
  • 18. At length Merlin rose to depart, and gave the damsel courteous good-day.
  • 19. Those from Alverne most courteous prove And show more kindness unto Pinabel.
  • 20. Wherein the Romancer takes courteous leave of the Three Gentle Readers.
  • 21. I never met, as I have said before, a more courteous gentleman than Pu-Yi.
  • 22. Father spoiled his supper with his courteous remarks," added Everett.

How to use Courteous in a Sentence?

  • 1. I think that all this courteous lying is a sweet and loving art, and should be cultivated.
  • 2. With the courteous help of one of the deskmen, she remade the front page of the noon edition.
  • 3. I remembered the time I had spent in writing him a lengthy and courteous reply.
  • 4. It seems altogether safer and more courteous for an author to supply his own Awful Examples.
  • 5. It is enough to say that H. M. Britton was at all times both courteous and friendly.
  • 6. The first of these is to be prepared always to give courteous and considerate attention to the ideas of others.
  • 7. He rose from his chair and bowed a courteous goodnight to the immediate group and then went on deck.
  • 8. The conductor was courteous enough to see them to a taxicab, which soon whirled them across the city.
  • 9. We must be as courteous to a man as we are to a picture, which we are willing to give the advantage of a good light.
  • 10. One blazing hot day, a modest and courteous officer of the regular army appeared in our den and introduced himself.
  • 11. He was cruelly conscious of an undercurrent of irony in the Premier's courteous request.
  • 12. My condition was the same, but it would not be courteous to laugh; it would be better to burst, and we came near it.
  • 13. Their living was simple, indeed; but their landlady was kind and courteous and obliging, and her house clean and very respectable.
  • 14. Visitors should enter without waiting for permission, and one of the courteous ladies will, if required, show the chapel.
  • 15. Raven answered, "Let us be courteous enough not to make this a matter of bandying of words.
  • 16. All approach with delight, and all are delighted to linger, If to the outward shape correspond but a courteous spirit.
  • 17. The Senior politely took the hint, and repeating his courteous salute, withdrew from our presence, accompanied by his followers.
  • 18. The former questions are sometimes answered, but the latter are handed over to the courteous secretary of the Chamber of Commerce to deal with.