processed, tasteful, complaisant, educated, cosmopolitan, mannerly, elegant, polished, lithe, study at suave, lithesome, slight, accomplished, bland, cultured, obliging, polite, genteel, well-behaved, cultivated, supple, courteous, dressed, civil, lissome, slender, courtly, well-mannered, smooth, refined, sylphlike, culture, neat, lissom, style, slim, graceful, civilized, gracious, well-bred, suave, svelte, milled
witty (part of speech: adjective)
foxy, brilliant, droll, funny, dry, sparkling, sly, astute, waggish, sophisticated, facetious, wily, subtle, sharp, joking, canny, resourceful, tricky, witty, adroit, comical, pithy, ingenious, scurrilous, sarcastic, intelligent, jocular, clever, quick, cunning, crafty, pointed, smart, shrewd, quick-witted, artful, inventive, scintillating, deft
- His speech was urbane, and, on all questions of taste, Lord Dungory's opinion was eagerly sought for. - "Muslin", George Moore.
- Thar's nothin' like a dash of se'f- interest to make a gent urbane, an' so I invites Hardrobe an' Bloojacket to make my camp their headquarters like I'd been yearnin' for the chance. - "Wolfville Nights", Alfred Lewis.
- Lady Egerton bowed stiffly to the recognising smile the dowager now condescended to bestow; but Sarah, remembering a certain handsome lord in the family, was more urbane, determining at the moment to make the promotion of her mother and sister stepping- stones to greater elevation for herself. - "Precaution", James Fenimore Cooper.