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urbane
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Don Quixote
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  • "He would be wanting in wits, senora countess," said the duke, "who did not perceive your worth by your person, for at a glance it may be seen it deserves all the cream of courtesy and flower of polite usage;" and raising her up by the hand he led her to a seat beside the duchess, who likewise received her with great urbanity.

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  • James Bond is seen as urbane, witty, and intelligent.
  • He is an urbane diplomat, schooled in France and with a flawless command of six languages.

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