Chivalrously in a sentence

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Definition of Chivalrously

  • In a chivalrous manner; gallantly; magnanimously.
  • in a gallant manner

How to use chivalrously in a sentence. Chivalrously pronunciation.

He lingered a moment, hat in hand, as he chivalrously sent Madame Frangipanni home in a carriage.
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He had gone chivalrously to the rescue.
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I know that much has been done, chivalrously and well, by officers; and that men of science owe them and give them hearty thanks for their labours.
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Allow them chivalrously, you who have an acknowledged rank, their yet unacknowledged rank; and treat them as all the world will treat them in a higher and truer state of civilisation.
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If the Poles have furnished many heroes for dramas and modern romances, they have remained, through their faults, so dearly atoned for, the race the most chivalrously, the most madly brave in Europe.
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Allie was the happy bride, the bridegroom being Frank Congdon, the young man who so chivalrously came to her rescue when she was so grossly insulted by the brutal Joe Porter.
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Certainly the reader will not do the unscrupulous intellect of Randal Leslie the injustice to suppose that he was deterred from confiding to his fair friend all that he knew of Riccabocca by the refinement of honour to which he had so chivalrously alluded.
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I learned long ago that a gentleman should live chivalrously and lovingly to God and the king and his lady; and though I have seen many strange things done, I have still striven to command my ways upon that rule.
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Her companion (for she has a companion) is a young countryman in glossy boots, tight buckskins, gay flapped waistcoat, blue or brown long-waisted and broad-skirted coat, frilled shirt, and white kerchief, innocent of starch, who smiles most lovingly, as with fond devotion [here, gentle reader, is the moral of the picture], he bends lowlily, and chivalrously places at the disposal of the fair lady, hand, arm, and manly strength, as she pauses before a high-backed stile which crosses the path, leading, if we mistake not, to the village church.
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After this there was tilting at the barriers, the young Earl of Essex and other knights bearing themselves more chivalrously than would seem to comport with so much eating and drinking.
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He shaves his head because the hair encumbers him; but he chivalrously leaves a scalp-lock, by the aid of which his conquerors can the more easily carry away the coveted trophy.
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I learned long ago that a gentleman should live chivalrously and lovingly to God, and the king, and his lady; and though I have seen many strange things done, I have still striven to command my ways upon that rule.
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It also shows that the Frenchman is more noble in his proceedings, less full of scruple, reserve, and distrust, and that he acts more chivalrously.
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George paid her a characteristic compliment, but chivalrously drew her aside to bestow it.
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She was pretty and soft, and had been chivalrously treated all her days.
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Examples of Chivalrously

Example #1
The poor old singer's bosom was thrilled with a sunset glow of departing greatness, as she lingered tearfully that night over the memories of the halcyon days when the officers of Francis Joseph's bodyguard had fought for the honors of the carriage courtesies of the Diva.
Example #2
Whereat the watchful Lucullus of the feast artfully drew Madame Frangipanni aside.
Example #3
He was feeling a gleam of real enthusiasm.
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The family roof was at stake.
Example #5
But I should like, I confess, to see more done still.
Example #6
And how much may be done for science by British officers, especially on foreign stations, I need not point out.