[ US /ˈɛtəkət/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛtɪkˌɛt/ ]
NOUN
  1. rules governing socially acceptable behavior
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How To Use etiquette In A Sentence

  • I'm sure she's flouting loads of official and unofficial tube etiquette in one fell swoop here.
  • What is the etiquette when the eyes in question are big, and brown, and fringed with generous dark lashes?
  • The jockey was said to have undergone lessons in etiquette; the horse had not, though it acquitted itself extremely well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Drinking among the upper classes of Persian society, for example, took place at secret parties reminiscent of Greek symposia with their strictly ritualized etiquette and emphasis on poetry and discussion.
  • Martin is a patient teacher and he familiarises us with sailing etiquette and terminology without overloading us with technical information.
  • E-Mail etiquette requires some kind of signature at the end of a message, despite the header that appears with each incoming item.
  • However, I would not hold your breath that the rogue parties will have a sudden fit of netiquette - after all, what's in it for them?
  • It was considered a breach of etiquette to refuse an invitation.
  • PC is essentially an etiquette, a series of codes by which we are supposed to live our lives.
  • » Il bacio sulla bocca gribouillé par outre mesure le étiquettes: felix et errabunda ronrons: Felix et errabunda XLIV
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