Synonyms for Gentility:

n.

dishonesty, smoke and mirrors, deceit, foul play, corruption, guile, duplicity, Double dealing, deception, misconduct. gallantry, Courteousness, civility, politeness, chivalry, politesse, grace, Mannerliness, courtesy, tact. flower, upper crust, brahman, quality, polite society, blue blood, gentleman, polite company, the upper class, elite, gentry, the nobility, Patriciate, nobility, gentlewoman, upper class, over, society, aristocracy. amenity (noun)
politeness.
courtesy (noun)
Mannerliness, politesse, Courteousness.
decorum (noun)
refinement, propriety, behavior, decorum.
gentility (noun)
breeding, genteelness.
nobility (noun)
aristocracy.
sophistication, cultivation (noun)
decorum, civility, politeness, gentry, nobility, elite, flower, propriety, blue blood, upper class, society, quality, Mannerliness, courtesy, aristocracy, upper crust, refinement.

Other synonyms:

decorum, the upper class, courtesy, civility, upper crust, chivalry, polite society, polite company, tact, Courteousness, Mannerliness, politesse. gallantry, politeness, refinement, elite, blue blood, Patriciate, upper class. gentry, nobility. gentleman. flower, society. grace, quality. Other relevant words:
elite, courtesy, decorum, gentleman, aristocracy, flower, Mannerliness, propriety, politesse, nobility, grace, refinement, civility, gallantry, quality, society, blue blood, Courteousness, chivalry, Patriciate, tact, upper crust, politeness, gentry.

Usage examples for gentility

  1. Had my affection for him been less sincere, had I not been racked with sympathy, I had laughed over his notions of gentility – Richard Carvel, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  2. Miss Barbara Case, with her mistaken airs of gentility aiming to be thought a woman, and a fine lady, whilst she was, in reality, a child and a vulgar attorney's daughter, rendered herself so thoroughly ridiculous, that the good natured, yet discerning spectators were painfully divided between their sense of comic absurdity and a feeling of shame for one who could feel nothing for herself. – The Parent's Assistant by Maria Edgeworth
  3. Chepurin had clearly a weakness for gentility and grandeur, and could now, by means of the barter he carried on with us and the presents he received, gratify his love of show to a degree of which he probably had never before dreamed. – The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II by A.E. Nordenskieold