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urbane
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Anna Karenina
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  • When they reached the house he helped her to get out of the carriage, and making an effort to master himself, took leave of her with his usual urbanity, and uttered that phrase that bound him to nothing; he said that tomorrow he would let her know his decision.

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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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