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Holding the door for someone behind you; Showing respect for the other person.
by captainrich99 June 02, 2015
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The time between Christ’s birth and the beginning of the coronavirus.
In late 2016 AD or 3 B.C.V., Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States of America.
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a. to be polite and to respond timely to invitations because you shouldn't be a douchebag and say MAYBE to an invitation because you know people have to fucking cook for a certain amount of people!!!

b. to talk to other guests at a dinner party and not avoiding eye contact and acutally listening to the hostess when she says "please sit down"

c. not being a major douchebag
"hey, can you sit down and have some common courtesy for your hostess?"
by kimmywong December 31, 2005
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Telling someone when you unplug there phone to plug yours in.
I thought my phone was charging this whole time but Paige unplugged it, she has no common courtesy.
by Truc4 November 19, 2017
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1. Rare Courtesy

2. The basic level of politeness which you expect from someone in your idealistic world. It no longer exists in this world. Thus, it should be rendered an archaic word because it is extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period.

P.S. It should also be removed from the dictionary because it is no longer necessary in the English language.
Common Courtesy is dead.
by JBMiller September 27, 2018
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