Courtesies [noun]

Definition of Courtesies:

good manners

Opposite/Antonyms of Courtesies:

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Plus, it’s common courtesy, and in many states, going barefaced can result in a fine.

The mask is capable of running eight hours on “low” and two hours on “high,” courtesy of an on-board 820mAh battery, according to figures from LG.

In addition, anyone arriving from outside Europe’s open-border Shengen area must take a virus test before arriving and will be tested again courtesy of the Biennale once in Venice, the guidelines said.

As today’s chart shows, courtesy of LPL Research, the rollercoaster ride we’ve been on is truly rare.

Mitron, a video-sharing app founded by the two techies who earlier worked at ticketing portal MakeMyTrip, came to limelight within days of its launch in April as anti-TikTok sentiment rose in India courtesy of geopolitical tensions with China.

Starting in the grocery business as a courtesy clerk at 17 years old, because my dad basically told me to go down to the corner and get a job at the grocery store.

It was like his beautiful courtesy to call me in and introduce me to Blow instead of letting me go away.

This is certainly handsome, and I acknowledge the courtesy, though I shall not accept the invitation.

At the time of Blcher's surrender at Lbeck he had treated with great courtesy certain Swedish prisoners.