cavalier


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a gallant or courtly gentleman

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a royalist supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War

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given to haughty disregard of others

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cried the cavalier whom Milady had designated as her brother, stooping down to the height of the coach window.
The cavalier addressed some words in English to his sister.
The cavalier made a movement as if to follow the carriage; but D'Artagnan, whose anger, already excited, was much increased by recognizing in him the Englishman of Amiens who had won his horse and had been very near winning his diamond of Athos, caught at his bridle and stopped him.
The cavaliers could not but pull up their horses to look at them, for a stranger pair were never seen journeying together.
And that cavalier, that guest, that nobleman who arrived before she came?
The duchess could not restrain a cry of joy on seeing so handsome a young cavalier, so far surpassing all that her maternal pride had been able to conceive.
The club's primary logo remains the Cavalier sword, which did not undergo drastic changes.
THIS year sees Vauxhall celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of its most popular saloons, the Cavalier.
More than 8,000 Cavalier King Charles spaniel owners have signed a petition demanding the Kennel Club only registers puppies whose parents have been tested for the breed's two most serious hereditary conditions.
MENTION the word Cavalier in motoring circles and the conversation will almost certainly swing towards Vauxhall.
Ford thought it had it all covered with the Cortina until the advent of the second generation Cavalier from Vauxhall which was a real game changer in 1981.
Switching to Delcam Electrode software for the design and manufacture of its electrodes has saved time and money for Cavalier Tool.
That is the theme of the Cavalier himself or herself.
Rodney Cavalier, Power Crisis: The Self-Destruction of a State Labor Party, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2010.
The epitome of an in-joke, best appreciated by director Alain Cavalier and his slender cast, "Pater" is a confounding slog for most anyone else.