Sentence for gallant | Use gallant in a sentence

Sentences for gallant. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use gallant in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for gallant.

  • Gallant deeds! (10)
  • Gallant Percy! (10)
  • Gallant Brescians! (10)
  • A gallant fellow, too. (8)
  • But he became a gallant partisan. (10)
  • The gallant officer was in haste to go. (10)
  • The gallant adventurer tied to his shop! (10)
  • He was a gallant officer and a smart seaman. (10)
  • In a few moments the gallant Wolfe was no more. (19)
  • And he answers with no matter what of a gallant kind. (10)
  • Wilfrid was a gallant fellow, with good stuff in him. (10)
  • Thanks to his gallant Fredi, he had found his feet again. (10)
  • The gallant cornet adored delicacy and a gilded refinement. (10)
  • The gallant fellow fought for appearances, and down he went. (10)
  • He doated on the diverse aspect of the gallant woman of the world. (10)
  • It was not a pleasant note which came from the gallant cornet then. (10)
  • In her cooler mind she felt that it was a bad finish of a gallant battle. (10)
  • It was a letter in the tone of the gallant paying homage with some fervour. (10)
  • It would be endless to recount the misfortunes of this noble and gallant Earl. (4)
  • Her gallant squire was invited to dine with her that evening, costume excused. (10)
  • Our gallant fellows forgot the intrusion of the foreign as soon as it had passed. (10)
  • A prick, and she broke forth into a gallant little trotlet that devoured the miles. (2)
  • Captain Dancy is a gallant fellow, with a fine record as a soldier; and only just married. (8)
  • My gallant Leboo made my heart leap with love of him, though mill-stones were tied to it. (10)
  • But this good old Mr. Woodhouse, I wish you had heard his gallant speeches to me at dinner. (4)
  • On the heart of the gallant Chevalier de Lévis this news fell, and brought a deadly chill. (19)
  • I cannot catalogue the charms of these gallant gentlemen who had got what they enlisted for. (7)
  • This, having danced with Caroline Harrington, the gallant Lieutenant Strike determined to do. (10)
  • Well, if not dozens, half-dozens; gallant pens are alive; one can speak of them in the plural. (10)
  • Under the shadow of the downs they stand, beneath a glorious day, and before a gallant company. (10)
  • The gallant solidity, of the house on the beach had withstood heavy gales: it was a brave house. (10)
  • She remembered a very brown face, a tall slim figure, and something gallant about the whole of him. (8)
  • We knew him; he was a gallant horse; but it was the figure of the Prince Albrecht that was so fine. (10)
  • He was favoured by the gallant lift of the brim on the near side, but she had overshadowed her eyes. (10)
  • They found such a combination irresistible, when coupled with an appearance both vigorous and gallant. (8)
  • I felt instantly it was the death of my frill, but gallant as you know me, I still asked for the lady. (10)
  • He called up the man his father was: the kindliness, the readiness, the gallant gaiety of the great Mel. (10)
  • But that desperate young lady had been assisted by a gallant, loving gentleman; she had met a Captain Oxford. (10)
  • One may also be a gallant fellow, and harsh, exacting, double-dealing, and I know not what besides, in youth. (10)
  • She is steadfast as a star, And yet the maddest maiden: She can wage a gallant war, And give the peace of Eden. (10)
  • The gallant Major had gone forth to dine with General Sir George Frebuter, the head of the Marines of his time. (10)
  • It was one of those cases which have a really high gallant side as well as a bad; an excellent case for rhetoric. (10)
  • His conduct of affairs was so open that none could have supposed the gallant cornet entangled in a maze of sentiment. (10)
  • But Canada had a host unto herself in the gallant, dauntless person of General Isaac Brock, commander in Upper Canada. (19)
  • There Prince Charlie held his phantom levées, and in a very gallant manner represented a fallen dynasty for some hours. (2)
  • I knew that gallant actions touched her; I would have fallen gladly; I was sure her heart would leap when she heard of me. (10)
  • I knew that gallant actions touched her; I would have fallen gladly; I was sure her heart would leap when she heard of me. (22)
  • The car was crowded, and no one of the tired men who were reading their newspapers was gallant enough to offer her a seat. (13)
  • There you have what you call a good man, undoubtedly a gallant officer, neutralized by the fact that he is not a gentleman. (10)
  • In the space usually allotted to the animals, seats are put in position and a gallant effort made to get some financial return. (21)
  • No longer was the gallant La Corne commandant at Fort Beauséjour; another, dishonest and incompetent, ruled the French stronghold. (19)
  • Several elongated cigar-cases were thrust forward, and then it was seen that the attire of the gallant youngsters was in disorder. (10)
  • The bristling demeanour of Alan Breck and James Mor (a very gallant but distinctly unfortunate son of Rob Roy), seems a correct picture. (2)
  • The cowardly assailant was never discovered; but Mel was both gallant and had, in his military career, the reputation of being a martinet. (10)
  • I know you a gallant horsewoman: if you had lassoed the noble horse of the desert would you let him run loose because of his remonstrating? (10)
  • The gallant Chevalier and his associates would have been glad to have pursued their successes by crossing the Bay and capturing York Factory. (19)
  • Among the superior dames and damsels she had seen, there was not one to match that figure for stately air, gallant ease, and splendour of pose. (10)
  • But nothing could stay those gallant rebels from a hand-to-hand encounter with bayonet and butt, and it was accorded to them with hearty good-will. (7)
  • Our gallant enemy audaciously followed, and fortified himself within rifle-reach, where he remained for two weeks without firing a gun and was then destroyed. (7)

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