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keyword: Polite
A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed »
(people who need things are often polite and act like friends; people who need help from us will act friendly towards us...)

At Someone's Earliest Convenience »
(polite and formal way to say please hurry...)

Fine And Dandy »
(a polite and cheerful way to say "good" or "well"...)

Pass Away »
(this is a polite and gentle way to say "die"...)

Well Off »
(more polite way to say that someone has a lot of money...)

Well To Do »
(more polite way to say that someone is rich...)

Well Up In Years »
(more polite way to say that someone is old...)



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