He loved the island, despite the inhospitable people, because of the suavity of its climate.
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
A pleasant suavity and gentleness marks their behaviour.
"Change in the Village" by (AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
Morton, frantic over the trickery that, as he believed, had been attempted against him, made no pretense of suavity in this emergency.
"Making People Happy" by Thompson Buchanan
Though the man's manner was suave, it seemed to wear the suavity of success and she loathed him for that, too.
"The Lady of Loyalty House" by Justin Huntly McCarthy
The winning and honest suavity of Caesar here starts a pang of remorse in Brutus.
"The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare
His writings indicate natural suavity of temper.
"On Calvinism" by William Hull
His conduct at the plundering of the gold-escort is fully equal to the traditional suavity of Claude Duval.
"Australian Writers" by Desmond Byrne
She had a certain graceful suavity and took no delight in offending anyone.
"A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
She leaned panting there while he talked rapidly, explaining with suavity and point.
"The Spanish Jade" by Maurice Hewlett
Thus, while they have smiles and words of suavity for some, they can deal freely in such abuse to those who doubt their highest perfection.
"The Prison Chaplaincy, And Its Experiences" by Hosea Quinby