cour·te·sy/ˈkɜrtəsi or, for 5, ˈkɜrtsi/ Show Spell[kur-tuh-see or, for 5, kurt-see] Show IPA noun, plural -sies, adjective
1.excellence of manners or social conduct; polite behavior.
2.a courteous, respectful, or considerate act or expression.
3.indulgence, consent, or acquiescence: a “colonel” by courtesy rather than by right.
4.favor, help, or generosity: The costumes for the play were by courtesy of the local department store.
6.done or performed as a matter of courtesy or protocol: a courtesy call on the mayor.
7.offered or provided free by courtesy of the management: While waiting to board the airplane, we were provided with courtesy coffee.
Because sometimes it seems to me people have forgotten what this word means.