Pronunciation of Gallantry
/ɡˈaləntɹˌi/, /ɡˈaləntɹˌi/, /ɡ_ˈa_l_ə_n_t_ɹ_ˌi/
Synonyms for gallantry:
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 1 (noun)
heroics, nobility, bravado.
Sense 4 (noun)
bravery, civility (noun)
good manners (noun)
Usage examples for gallantry:
- Resuming a hold upon his gallantry, he hoped that his visitors would remain for luncheon. - "Major Vigoureux", A. T. Quiller-Couch.
- When she was succeeded by her more brilliant sister, the gallantry of a gallant and fantastic age was poured at the latter's feet, the sentiment of chivalry mingling itself with loyalty to the crown. - "Brief History of English and American Literature", Henry A. Beers.
- " It is enough if I've been useful," he rose in gallantry to the emergency. - "The Black Bag", Louis Joseph Vance.