So what I say is not mere gallantry
and compliments and nonsense--I can't talk that way, I don't know how, and I wouldn't, to you, if I could.
Where was this superfine, extraordinary sort of gallantry
of yours then?
Bucket, bringing the finger into persuasive action--and such is his natural gallantry that he had almost said "my dear"--"it ain't easy to answer those questions at the present moment.
Mercury, with his hands in the pockets of his bright peach-blossom small-clothes, stretches his symmetrical silk legs with the air of a man of gallantry and can't deny it.
This irritation was not diminished when she beheld the captain, enchanted with the gypsy, and, most of all, with himself, execute a pirouette on his heel, repeating with coarse, naïve, and soldierly gallantry
often led young men to offer the ladies ginger beer, but common decency made them refuse.
Nobody knows that better than you," said Will, with light gallantry
, but inwardly prepared to be angry.
In the first number Steele announced that:--"All accounts of gallantry, pleasure and entertainment, shall be under the article of White's Chocolate-House; Poetry under that of Wills' Coffee- House; learning under the title of Grecian; foreign and domestic news you will have from Saint James's Coffee-House; and what else I have to offer on any other subject shall be dated from my own apartment.
He was some years a captain, and behaved himself with great gallantry in several engagements and at several sieges.
Indeed, his behaviour to Black George much ingratiated him with all the servants; for though that fellow was before universally disliked, yet he was no sooner turned away than he was as universally pitied; and the friendship and gallantry
of Tom Jones was celebrated by them all with the highest applause; and they condemned Master Blifil as openly as they durst, without incurring the danger of offending his mother.
George, always the champion of his regiment, rose immensely in the opinion of the youth of the corps, by his gallantry in marrying this portionless young creature, and by his choice of such a pretty kind partner.
Major O'Dowd, who had served his sovereign in every quarter of the world, and had paid for every step in his profession by some more than equivalent act of daring and gallantry, was the most modest, silent, sheep-faced and meek of little men, and as obedient to his wife as if he had been her tay-boy.
The Bath is a place of gallantry enough; expensive, and full of snares.
I had resisted some casual offers of gallantry, and had managed that way well enough.
His gravity under those trying circumstances, I can never forget, nor the extraordinary gallantry
with which, refusing to be brought home, he defended himself behind a pump, until overpowered by numbers.