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Gallantry

Pronunciation of Gallantry
/ɡˈaləntɹˌi/, /ɡˈaləntɹˌi/, /ɡ_ˈa_l_ə_n_t_ɹ_ˌi/

Antonyms for gallantry:

pusillanimity, cowardice, fear, poltroonery, cowardliness.

Synonyms for gallantry:

Sense 1

fearlessness, courage, courtesy, civility, pluckiness, intrepidness, spunkiness, valiantness, stoutheartedness, savoir-faire, Braveness, gameness, chivalrousness, temerity, courageousness, undauntedness, heroics, tact, Doughtiness, dauntlessness, moxie, decorum, flattery, bravado, derring-do, gutsiness, gumption.

Sense 2

nobility, spunk, gut, mettle, daring, nerve, manhood, refinement, gentility, fortitude, breeding, cojones.

Sense 3

formality, exploit, manner, guts.

Sense 4

delicacy, spine.

Sense 5

pluck.

Sense 6

character.

Sense 7

grace.

Sense 12

spirit.

chivalry

chivalry, knighthood.

Sense 1 (noun)

heroics, nobility, bravado.

Sense 4 (noun)

courtesy, chivalrousness.

attribute (noun)

heroism, valiance, valiancy, valor, valour, valorousness.

bravery (noun)

pluck, heroism, knight errantry, valor.

bravery, civility (noun)

courage, courtesy, pluck, tact, nobility, spirit, intrepidity, mettle, nerve, derring-do, valiance, savoir-faire, daring, courageousness, prowess, dauntlessness, valor, fearlessness.

chivalry (noun)

knighthood.

courage (noun)

heart, stoutheartedness, Braveness, spunkiness, Doughtiness, gameness, gutsiness, undauntedness, intrepidness, pluckiness, dauntlessness, courageousness, intrepidity, valiance.

courtesy (noun)

politesse.

gallantry (noun)

politesse, chivalry, valorousness, heroism, valiancy, valiance, valour, valor.

good manners (noun)

courtesy.

heroism (noun)

courtesy.

maturity (noun)

manhood.

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