ungallantly


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ungallantly

(ʌnˈɡæləntlɪ)
adv
in an ungallant manner
References in classic literature ?
Help yourself," said Maguire, ungallantly, "and don't talk through your hat.
Such a conquest, he ungallantly continues, "would be a great victory for a coquette, so that Armide can very well count herself among that number in saying to herself, 'can I flatter myself that I will be his conqueror?
Even when ungallantly treated by his political colleagues--for example, during 2002's Ontario Conservative leadership contest--"he took it very stoically," says Davis.
After the self styled Casanova ungallantly hurt co-"star" Millie Mackintosh's hand when she theatrically slapped him in the face in a moment of pure TV bronze, eminent man of letters Professor Green was outraged.
My fiance rather ungallantly suggested that attempting to hoist me above his head would put him out of the game not only for our wedding night but for the rest of his life.
I had been shortlisted before and behaved ungallantly when I didn't win, brushing off a handshake from a well-known restaurant reviewer who thought I was heading to the stage as a winner, when I was in fact lumbering towards the exit door.
But before she could continue, I found myself interrupting somewhat ungallantly, with a thought that had suddenly occurred to me: "If coffee contains antioxidants, does instant coffee contain instant antioxidants?
Richards ungallantly reveals that Mick Jagger has a "tiny todger".
Just so Wentworth, recently promoted to post-captain, returns secure in his wealth after eight years and remarks ungallantly that Anne is "'so altered he should not have known [her] again'" (60).
This was probably incited by her exchange with Winston Churchill when she accused him of being drunk and he ungallantly growled: "Bessie, you're ugly, but I'll be sober in the morning.
Jill Knight (Edgbaston) is summarized, a trible ungallantly, as "chubby, cuddly, with chirpy suburban voive.