superpolite

superpolite

(ˌsuːpəpəˈlaɪt)
adj
extremely polite
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According to Lakoff, women--specifically, white, middle-class, American women--speak and, more important, are supposed to speak "women's language," which is characterized by "hypercorrect grammar" and "superpolite forms." (105) Of course, not all women speak "women's language," and not all speakers of "women's language" are white, middle-class women.
(No response.) (113) Instead of cultivating "agreeable speech" by using a "pleasing voice," "hypercorrect grammar," and "superpolite forms," Aguilar displayed and then boasted about injuries she claimed to have sustained in a fight.