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Synonyms for gentleman

a man of refinement

a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer

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The Sikh Regiment Silver Medal for Best Gentleman Cadet in Physical Training was awarded to Junior Under Officer Vasudev Sharma of Tithwal Coy.
The gentleman rang the police to ask for help after a minor tumble saying he was struggling to get back to his feet.
The current committee was involved in the naming of Malcolm Fraser Bridge and the suburbs of Strathnairn and Macnamara, as well as streets within the new suburbs of Gungahlin and Molonglo Valley, including Throsby, Moncrieff and Denman Prospect , Minister Gentleman said.
Most of all,' as has always been taught, 'a gentleman carries himself with dignity.
Maybe you're beginning to wonder, like me, if being a gentleman is all it's cracked up to be, then know this: being unable to unclip a bra one handed would discount you from making the grade.
It's fascinating how the basic features of being a gentleman have changed little over time.
Gopinath correctly points out that 'Evelyn Waugh's entire oeuvre--from Decline and Fall (1928) to the epic saga about English involvement in the Second World War, The Sword of Honour Trilogy (1952-61)--explores the demise of the gentleman within the context of dying traditions and changes in the empire' (p.
Vitali was shocked that someone could come from our country, literally wrap himself in the Union Jack, and yet not act like a gentleman.
Scrooge,' said the gentleman, taking up a pen, 'it is more than usually desirable that we should make some slight provision for the Poor and destitute, who suffer greatly at the present time.
CAN I just say a huge thank you to the gentleman who helped my mother retune her television last week.
The Image of the English Gentleman in Twentieth-Century Literature: Englishness and Nostalgia.
Councillor Stephen Dornan, vice-chairman of Glasgow City Council's licensing commitee, said: "A true gentleman walking into this club would feel extremely embarrassed.
BELIEVE it or not, there was a time when I was a gentleman.
Through you, I would like to thank the gentleman in Asda, Boldon on Wednesday, November 5 for his generosity in paying the outstanding balance of pounds 5 towards my shopping bill.
Levy, Floyd Patterson: A Boxer and a Gentleman is the first complete biography of African-American boxer and former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson (1935-2006), whom Muhammad Ali once referred to as the most skillful fighter he ever faced.