What is the term “Gentle Breeding” mean?

i have a question from the book To Kill A Mockingbird and here's the question:

-Aunt Alexandra thinks the Finch's are not the run-of-the-mill family and they are from GENTLE BREEDING (true or false)

4 Answers

  • Gentle breeding means coming from a good family and being brought up to have good manners and high standards of conduct. The best example in TKaM occurs when Scout and Aunt Alexandra, having just heard the news of Tom Robinson's death, return to the living room and serve refreshments to Aunt Alexandra's guests.

  • Definition Of Gently

  • Gentle breeding is another way of saying "To the manner born." In other words, his/her parents were financially secure.

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