How to use Politeness in a sentence as a noun

Politness goes far get costs nothing.

"I may sound old-fashioned, but I want to think all women should be treated like I want my wife, daughters, and granddaughters to be treated. I notice today that good manners—like standing up when a woman enters the room, helping a woman with her coat, letting her enter an elevator first, taking her arm to cross the street—are sometimes considered unnecessary or a throwback...no woman is offended by politeness." —Frank Sinatra

An unfamiliar friend Kindness and I share an uneasy relationship neither of us completely trusting the other my interactions with him have been few and far between, it seems, and no one feels entirely comfortable around a stranger I can recall times past where kindness and I met; a word of praise or encouragement from a teacher, or developing an instantaneous middle school crush on whatever girl happened to show a bit of kindness to me, though more than likely, it was simply politeness as they sought a way out. so if you show me kindness, please do not take offense as the hesitation, the delayed reaction, the sideways stare... please know that I am thankful and that we're still just getting used to one another.

Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you, not because they are nice, but because YOU are.

A Quote from one of the greats: "I may sound old-fashioned, but I want to think all women should be treated like I want my wife, daughters, and granddaughters to be treated. I notice today that good manners—like standing up when a woman enters the room, helping a woman with her coat, letting her enter an elevator first, taking her arm to cross the street—are sometimes considered unnecessary or a throwback...no woman is offended by politeness." —Frank Sinatra

Treat everyone with politeness,Even those who are rude to U…..Not because they are not nice,But bcoz u are nice….!!!**Good morning**

Quote Examples using Politeness

Hi please can i have a post i honestly don't mind my name been on x i wanted to just say i noticed a recent post been deleted that did actually really annoy me, I'm not writing this to cause arguement just simply to point out this . . . We are all mummy's or mummy's to be we all want and do our very best for our children this site is here to offer help, advice, support, friendship and anything else members may need nobody ever asks or wants to be judged, made to feel in the wrong or be on the receiving end of insults and to be fair even dictated to i take my hat off to the admin they do a fab job i feel it so sad that the small minority make it awkward for all of us that love this page and are genuine i love how they are so down to earth. Treat people how you want to be treat if you want to raise awareness over an issue do it the right way, if you don't agree with something that fine just don't take any notice or comment! We all have choices and politeness and manner's cost nothing every post shouldn't read please don't judge or no nasty comment people are asking for help or advice we should be helping others and admin not making their job that they do free and of own accord harder! Sorry for long rant but think before you speak and it'll make everyone happier esp admin! keep up the good work admin this page has proven priceless to me in recent months and that's thanks to all the good mummy's out there lets not let minority spoil it x

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He met her on a party. She was so outstanding, many guys chasing after her, while he so average, nobody paid attention to him. At the end of the party, he finally found courage to invite her to have coffee with him. She was surprised, but out of politeness, she promised. They sat in a nice coffee shop, he was too nervous to say anything, she felt uncomfortable, waiting for coffee She kept on thinking, "Please, let it get over soon...let me go home...." It arrived and suddenly, he asked the waiter. "Would you please get me some salt? I'd like to put it in my coffee!" Everybody stared at him, so strange! His face turned red, but still, he put the salt in his coffee and drank it. She asked him curiously, "Why this habit?" He took a couple of sips and replied, "When I was a little boy, I lived near the sea, I liked playing in the sea! I can still remember the taste of the sea.. This salty coffee...every time I drink it, I always think of my childhood, think of my hometown... I miss my hometown so much... I miss my parents who are still out there." While saying this, tears filled his eyes. She was deeply touched. A man who can tell out his homesickness, must be a man who loves home, cares about home, has responsibility of home. Then she also started to speak, spoke about her faraway hometown, her childhood, her family. That was a really great date, also a beautiful beginning of their story. They continued to date. She found that actually, he was a man who met all her expectations: he was tolerant, kind hearted, warm, caring. He was such a good man and hadn't been for the salt in the coffee, she'd never have really known him! The rest of the story was just like any other beautiful love story: the princess married to the prince, and they lived a very happy married life. And yes! every time she made coffee for him, she put some salt in the coffee, just the way he liked it! After 40 years of marital bliss, he died after a short illness. One day, she found a letter he had left for her: "My dearest, Please forgive me, but I lied to you.. Only once.. Remember the first time we dated? I was so nervous, I asked for salt instead of sugar! I was too embarrassesd to admit it, so I just went ahead. I never thought that could bring about such a frank and intimate conversation between the two of us! Later, I tried to tell you the truth so many times but was afraid you'd think I was a liar and never again believe me ... Now I'm dying, and am afraid of nothing so I tell you the truth: I don't like the salty coffee, as a matter of fact I hate it! What a strange bad taste.. But since you made it for me with so much love, I drank it all my life! Please forgive me, darling.. for lying to you first in that Coffee Shop and then not telling you the truth everytime you made coffee for me! I am not lying now when I say, I couldn't have that coffee any other way! - still madly in love with you" If anybody ask her: "How did that salted coffee taste?" "It's sweet." She always replied.

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I am celebrating our return with a little care package from Nathan's Originals....... it will be hard to say what is in it, but I will say it will be worth $300 if one was to buy it piece by piece...... Lets get some likes out there over to here.... also it will be a number from 1 to 350.......One vote per person unless you refer a new like and they post your name with their guess........ Christmas is in the air......start em up.....!

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Related Sentences for Politeness

I know my daughter doesn't look a lot like me, but when somebody takes the time to write me that my daughter doesn't look a thing like me, it's like a punch in the gut. Just sharing.

Kisi ko pta h ?? Plz tell me Ye poke ka mtlb hota kya h ??

So it has been brought to my attention that apparently my posts don't point out how dumb society is, or maybe the person who said that is just stupid. Either way, I must strive to gain the stamp of approval from all of you, otherwise my life will be empty and I will grow up to be forever alone, just like all those 12 year olds who break up with their bf/gf after a week. My day will now be spent thinking of ways to win the approval of this one particular person, because she feels as if she speaks for everyone. Much love, ~Alpha

Politeness definitions

noun

the act of showing regard for others

See also: civility

noun

a courteous manner that respects accepted social usage

See also: niceness