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- adj. Not chivalrous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not according to the rules of chivalry; wanting in chivalry or honor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. offensively discourteous
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Such a compact would of course be termed unchivalrous by the rhetoricians at St. St.phen's Green; but it would have prevented the unchivalrous conduct of many so-called loyalists, who, after triumphing by England's aid, then, relying upon that aid for the future, thwarted
In view of this fact the use of the term "unchivalrous" by the Confederate commander can be justly appreciated.
WWI has a strong connotation of faceless, bleak and unchivalrous fighting.
No, he says, "Given the opportunities these people have afforded me and the platform they've given me, that would be rather unchivalrous."
They are hard to empathize with though, since all have skeletons in the closet and make some unchivalrous choices along the way.
First, whatever the upside of attacking Michelle as an angry black woman, seeming sleazy and unchivalrous provoke a serious backlash.
But he was more than 30 years older than me, too unseemly for a young man to beat up an old man, not honorable, totally unchivalrous, and not manly.
I stopped the car and jumped out with full intention of demolishing him, chivalrous or unchivalrous, he is going to get the fight he wants.
Let's just remember this started because people were offended by unchivalrous and ignorant language used to describe a female member of our community.
Having said that IT you are right there are worse things in the world than pain in the arse Rachel and i do feel abit unchivalrous.