Etymology
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suavity (n.)

c. 1400, "pleasantness, delightfulness; kindness, gentleness," from Latin suavitatem (nominative suavitas) "sweetness, agreeableness," from suavis (see suave). Some later senses are from French suavité, from Old French soavite "gentleness, sweetness, softness," from the Latin word.

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Definitions of suavity

suavity (n.)
the quality of being bland and gracious or ingratiating in manner;
Synonyms: suaveness / blandness / smoothness
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