Gallant synonyms

găl'ənt
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(Colloquial) regretful, sorry
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(Idiomatic) A womanizer.
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The definition of brave is having courage.
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(18th century) A knightly servant of a high-born lady.
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Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
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Not restrained by a sense of shame or propriety; rudely bold; brazen
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The definition of courageous is showing courage and being brave.
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Having a (specified) character, mood, or disposition
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Having or showing qualities of high moral character, such as courage, generosity, or honor:
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(Of a man) honourable, especially to women.
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The definition of polite is someone or something that exhibits consideration for others and socially acceptable behavior.
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Considerate, courteous, devoted, etc.
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Having or showing courage
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Designating or of a chop, roast, etc., as of beef or veal, that is cut across the shoulder blade section
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Strong or pronounced; prominent:
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The definition of cavalier is an arrogant person or someone indifferent or casual about important matters.
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Of or relating to chivalry.
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Having or showing courage
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Polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
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Suitable for a royal court; stately:
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Courageous, or showing bravery.
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Based on deference; based on the doctrine, ideology, or wishes of others rather than one's own conclusions
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Having or showing dignity or stateliness
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Without fear; not afraid; brave; intrepid
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Having enough spirit or enthusiasm; ready (for something)
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Of, being, pertaining to, or resembling a gentleman or gentlemen.
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Courageous; displaying heroism.
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Intrepid is defined as fearless and brave.
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Having or showing courage
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Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
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Refined or sophisticated:
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Calling attention; flashy; standing out to the eye, often in such a way that is of low quality or little merit
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Having or showing courage
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Illustrious; heroic; brilliant; celebrated; famous; as, a splendid victory or reputation.
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Imposing; dignified; majestic
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Having or showing courage
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Having or showing courage
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Polite, refined, and often elegant in manner.
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Possessing or exhibiting valor; brave:
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Having or showing courage
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Splendor or magnificence; show.
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Amorous intrigue
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A lover, especially a lover of a person who is married to someone else.
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A South American opossum, bare-tailed woolly opossum, Caluromys philander aka Didelphis philander.
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Someone who seduces, especially a man who seduces a woman
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That cannot be daunted or intimidated; fearless
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Thorough and painstaking in action or execution; conscientious:
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Full of polite concern for the well-being of others
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Either of two divisions, male and female, into which most sexually reproducing organisms are grouped. Sex is usually determined by anatomy, the makeup of the sex chromosomes, and the type and amount of hormones produced. When the sex of an organism is determined by the sex chromosomes, males and females are generally produced in equal numbers. In other organisms, such as bees and wasps, in which females develop from fertilized eggs and males develop from unfertilized eggs, distribution of the sexes is unequal.
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Of, characteristic of, like, or befitting a knight; chivalrous, brave, etc.
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Idealistic, implying over-optimism
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Impressive or beautiful in a dignified or inspiring way.
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Feeling or showing justifiable self-respect:
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A man who pays too much attention to his clothes and appearance; fop
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A man too much concerned with his clothes and appearance; dandy; fop
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(Obs.) A foolish person
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(Slang) An Arab, especially one dressed in traditional clothing.
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(Music) A gradual increase in volume (crescendo), usually followed by a gradual decrease (decrescendo)
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A picture showing a current style in dress
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A frame on which to hang clothes, etc. for airing or drying
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1628, William Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale, IV, 4, 348.
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Causing or capable of causing fear; frightening:
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Not mannerly.
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Not gentlemanly; not adhering to the high moral standards expected of a gentleman; impolite, unchivalrous, or indecent.
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The definition of timid is shy and fearful.
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Marked by stouthearted courage; brave.
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Able to withstand fatigue, privation, etc.; robust; vigorous
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Full of mettle; spirited; ardent, brave, etc.
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Having or showing pluck, courage or spirit in trying circumstances.
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Having a strong flavor:
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Not discouraged or disheartened; resolutely courageous.
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Having or displaying valour.
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(Informal) Having spunk; courageous; spirited
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Robust and uninhibited; lusty:
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(Heraldry) Charged or sprinkled with drops.
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The definition of gracious is someone who is polite with people of lower social status.
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Consciously thoughtful and observant (often of other people); caring
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The definition of solicitous is someone who shows concern, care or eagerness.
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Showing or characterized by thought; serious
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Someone who writes about love.
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(Chiefly Literary) A seducer of women
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An attractive or romantic male lover.
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(Dialectal) Able; capable; stout; strong; sound.
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Respectfully attentive, especially to women
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