Etiquette ( /ˈɛtɨkɛt/ or /ˈɛtɨkɪt/, ) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. The French word étiquette, literally signifying a tag or label first appeared in English around 1750.

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    The etiquette of romantic love is as elaborate as that surrounding the Emperor of China.
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    Books treating of etiquette ... are often written by dancing-masters and Turveydrops and others knowing little of the customs of the best society of any land.
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