- n. Plural form of gentleman.
“In the four-oared race of gentlemen amateurs held last year at Agecroft in Lancashire the prize of silver plate was won by a crew taken from a club composed entirely of colliers, who had been allowed to row under protest, they not being acknowledged as "_gentlemen_ amateurs.”
“I have seldom slept two in a bed, Dr. Growling, for my gentlemanly habits forbid it; but when circumstances have obliged me, it has been with gentlemen -- _gentlemen_, doctor, "and he laid a stress on the word --" gentlemen, sir, who cut their toe-nails.”
“That, ladies in gentlemen, is the saddest comic I have ever read.”
“Well, it gives a whole new meaning to the term gentlemen farmer.”
“She heard the tone of deference and decided that Bradford must be the most significant of the title gentlemen here.”
“Official papers were sent round to the mothers in poor streets; papers in which a total stranger asked these respectable women questions which a man would be killed for asking, in the class of what we called gentlemen or in the countries of what were called free men.”
“ And then he showed us that even those who are not what they call gentlemen, if they have more than they actually want, are bound to share it with those who are suffering.”
“What's even more embarrassing is the authors sensitivity dance around the word gentlemen.”
“And this, gentlemen, is why Benjamin Sisko is the best of the Trek captains.”
“This, ladies and gentlemen, is what “Obama needs to realize this is a war” is all about.”
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