chivalrously


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chiv·al·rous

 (shĭv′əl-rəs)
adj.
1. Having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight.
2. Of or relating to chivalry.
3. Characterized by consideration and courtesy, especially toward women.

chiv′al·rous·ly adv.
chiv′al·rous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.chivalrously - in a gallant manner; "he gallantly offered to take her home"
unchivalrously - in an unchivalrous and ungallant manner; "unchivalrously, the husbands who had to provide such innocent indulgences eventually began to count the costs"
Translations

chivalrously

[ˈʃɪvəlrəslɪ] ADVcaballerosamente

chivalrously

[ˈʃɪvlrəslɪ] advcavallerescamente; (gallantly) → con cavalleria
References in classic literature ?
From the tone of the club box he had perceived how grave a mistake that would be; and, though he was more than ever determined to "see the thing through," he felt less chivalrously eager to champion his betrothed's cousin than before their brief talk at the Opera.
But Ruth is my teacher," Martin answered chivalrously.
Some ill-conditioned persons who sneer at the life-matrimonial, may perhaps suggest, in this place, that the good couple would be better likened to two principals in a sparring match, who, when fortune is low and backers scarce, will chivalrously set to, for the mere pleasure of the buffeting; and in one respect indeed this comparison would hold good; for, as the adventurous pair of the Fives' Court will afterwards send round a hat, and trust to the bounty of the lookers-on for the means of regaling themselves, so Mr Godfrey Nickleby and HIS partner, the honeymoon being over, looked out wistfully into the world, relying in no inconsiderable degree upon chance for the improvement of their means.
She was pretty and soft, and had been chivalrously treated all her days.
The dangerous precipice along whose rocky front, Wolfe and his brave companions climbed to glory; the Plains of Abraham, where he received his mortal wound; the fortress so chivalrously defended by Montcalm; and his soldier's grave, dug for him while yet alive, by the bursting of a shell; are not the least among them, or among the gallant incidents of history.
The generosity here means that the human grants chivalrously to other people what s/he needs to it and this forbearance and generosity is converted into human's virtue in which s/he has preferred others to oneself [1].
Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky has chivalrously paired a bottle of its 12 Year Old expression with two branded rocks glasses.
90% of men and 88% of women think it's important for men to behave chivalrously towards women.
Fair even in the midst of a bloody ght, Byrhtnoth harked to the Viking's calls for them to be allowed across the river to join full combat - and chivalrously he gave up his defensive strongpoint.
Bree and Calvin's budding relationship has overtones of traditional gender values: he pays for her meal, dismisses Toby when he criticises her, and chivalrously rescues her when she is in distress.
When Harry meets a grisly end at the hands of Canino, Eddie Mars's muscle, Marlowe chivalrously gives the money to Harry's girlfriend Agnes.