Consent or agreement in spite of fact; indulgence. (noun)
Willingness or generosity in providing something needed. (noun)
Given or done as a polite gesture. (adjective)
Free of charge. (adjective)
Examples of word courtesy
Shall do a courtesy to our wrath] _To do a courtesy_ is to gratify, to comply with.
Latin courtesy is a highly refined art, of which exaggeration is a part.
It appears this "sub-horizonal" outrage will be allowed to stand without explanation, so, to help JMA's readership understand "sub-horizonal" here's some occurrences of the term courtesy of Google; chevron folds which have been overturned towards the south by subsequent sub-horizonal simple shear intensely folded with the sheet dip typically sub-horizonal or inclined gently
I learned the term courtesy of Fred Rogers not long after I'd learned to speak, and the concept of finding deep, lasting truth in imagination has since become a guiding principle in my life.
So Bound for Glory climaxed with Sting winning the title courtesy of an assist from Kevin Nash.