unchivalrously


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unchivalrously

(ʌnˈʃɪvəlrəslɪ)
adv
in an unchivalrous manner
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Adv.1.unchivalrously - in an unchivalrous and ungallant mannerunchivalrously - in an unchivalrous and ungallant manner; "unchivalrously, the husbands who had to provide such innocent indulgences eventually began to count the costs"
chivalrously, gallantly - in a gallant manner; "he gallantly offered to take her home"
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When Tom and Charlie stage what ends up being a comical rescue, Von Sloneker punches Tom in the stomach without warning, the second time that he has used violence unchivalrously (the first is when he suddenly punches Nick in the nose).
De Briancour is not the only upper-class character in the novel who treats women unchivalrously.
He behaved unchivalrously towards a Japanese girl, Haru, with whom he was intermittently involved between 1933 and 1940, and towards Chiyoko Hatakeyama, whose faltering English poems he reworked for publication in the mid-1930s.