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Spell check of urbane

Correct spelling: urbane

Synonyms:
slight, smooth, polished, comical, bland, sophisticated, correct, civil, sharp, cultivated, proper, sly, refined, facetious, tasteful, gallant, droll, lissom, slender, intelligent, polite, quick-witted, well-mannered, subtle, pithy, jocular, ingenious, clever, crafty, lissome, shrewd, cunning, witty, complaisant, dressed, wily, neat, cultured, artful, cosmopolitan, gentlemanly, dry, joking, lithesome, sarcastic, suave, deft, obliging, well-behaved, civilized, accomplished, sylphlike, chivalrous, astute, elegant, supple, lithe, funny, mannerly, style, gracious, inventive, resourceful, educated, culture, tricky, scintillating, milled, pointed, sparkling, courtly, quick, processed, genteel, smart, adroit, scurrilous, brilliant, courteous, waggish, slim, svelte, well-bred, foxy, canny, graceful.

Antonyms:
coarse, discourteous, insolent, blunt, rude, impolite, clownish, untaught, rustic, bluff, raw, ill-behaved, untutored, ill-mannered, naive, ill-bred, impertinent, unmannerly, brusk, naif, unpolished, impudent, uncivil, awkward, uncouth, insulting, boorish.

Examples of usage:

1) The new envoy was a singularly fascinating person, whose long residence in the country which was still the intellectual and artistic centre of Europe had added an urbane culture to the prudence and moderation which were the gifts of his Scottish birth. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.

2) Just now he was intent upon impressing the jury with his urbane proof against exasperation, even when the invective of insinuation mounted to ferocity, " You have known the witness, Saul Fulton, for years, have you not?" - "The Tempering", Charles Neville Buck.

3) He was a wiry, tall man, of beautiful manners and a singularly urbane demeanour, but he could not hide the annoyance which this letter caused him. - "The Blue Pavilions", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.

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