Noun(1) a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance(2) a man who attends or escorts a woman
Adjective(1) unflinching in battle or action(2) lively and spirited(3) having or displaying great dignity or nobility(4) being attentive to women like an ideal knight
(1) The life of this wrecked if gallant woman has become, not the cautionary tale it was in 1970, but an achievement to applaud.(2) While in the beginning the celebration may well indeed be about honouring the lives of the 30 gallant heroes that died on national duty, it may as well hit another highway in due course.(3) Just when a draw seemed inevitable a break upfield saw the ball fall to Collingwood and he kept his cool under pressure to send over the winning points to give his side a win they just about deserved over gallant opponents.(4) And in any case, our gallant troops will now be fully occupied in cleaning up the neighbourhood.(5) This was a game we should have won and the gallant loser badge doesn't lessen the pain.(6) He wondered how long he would have to continue playing gallant knight to these insipid, wilting females.(7) Even though you're not always the traditional swaggering gallant , your steadiness and planning make you a fine, reliable pirate.(8) Maybe you know the guy that says, with a gallant gleam in his eye, ├ö├ç├┐I think women's pro basketball is just a fine sport.├ö├ç├û(9) Then, you become even more gallant and chivalrous in order to appease them before they revolt.(10) Henry was in his twenties, was handsome and gallant and well-trained in the ways of chivalry.(11) Some strange man, gallant and handsome, was tucking her into bed, with the help of another person, apparently female.(12) They tell tales ranging from courtly romances full of gallant knights and maidens-in-distress to rude fabliaux telling of the perils of drink, fighting and lust!(13) I have never met a Christian who followed the parable of the Good Samaritan so literally as this gallant officer.(14) Charles sighed in relief, and kissed Catherine in the most charming and gallant manner.(15) Championed by one of China's leading directors, it ran for a month and was enthusiastically received by all but the traditionalists who believed a play is not a play without a gallant hero completing some epic task.(16) She had always considered Adam's youngest brother a carefree gallant .
(1) gallant :: dewr
1. brave ::
2. chivalrous ::
3. majestic ::
4. knightly ::
5. dashing ::
6. squire ::
7. clotheshorse ::
Different Formsgallant, gallantly, gallants
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