English version

chivalrous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchivalrouschiv‧al‧rous /ˈʃɪvəlrəs/ adjective 🔊 🔊 POLITEa man who is chivalrous behaves in a polite, kind, generous, and honourable way, especially towards womenchivalrously adverb
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chivalrousHe was generous, courteous and chivalrous.Her knight would be gentle, kind and chivalrous.She was also flushed and evidently in a state of unrest, which made him feel chivalrous and sympathetic.Had a wonderful time, thanks to a generous, patient and chivalrous companion.But he had ridden up on a valiant steed with all the trappings of chivalrous knighthood.Small wonder if their son grew up with a taste for chivalrous pursuits, warlike deeds and sometimes foolhardy enterprise.Only Richard Burton, her first lover, seems like the chivalrous romantic ideal.The chivalrous Southerners had struck a bonanza..
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