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- adj. Not gentlemanly; not adhering to the high moral standards expected of a gentleman; impolite, unchivalrous, or indecent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not befitting a gentleman; rude; uncivil; ill-bred.
- Synonyms See uncivil.
- In an ungentlemanly manner; not as a gentleman.
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- adj. not befitting a gentleman
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He was further described as ungentlemanly by a brace of spinsters who had been within earshot on the veranda the morning he had abused the Asquith roads, but their evidence was not looked upon as damning.
He pushed caution to such extremes that you can only call ungentlemanly where
While his later behavior could conservatively be called ungentlemanly, I have no doubt Hilton wanted Carrie Prejean to give a different answer than she did, not because he had an "agenda," but because he wanted her to be kind as well as beautiful.
It's the "ungentlemanly" thing that really gets my goat.
Hamilton says nothing 'ungentlemanly' about his 'weaving' tactics
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Rivera did apologized for his "ungentlemanly" and "ungallant" words — "I never spit!" he said — but couldn't help qualifying that he disagreed with everything Malkin said and basically indicating that he thought she was an asshole. . .
Not only is he "ungentlemanly" to his officers and "interfering with the best interests of the party" -- not only has he "displayed such a want of judgment, candour, and decision;" but he has also shown, in addition to these and many other shortcomings, "such an entire absence of any and every quality which should characterize him as its leader, as has led to the conviction in my own mind that under his leadership the expedition will be attended by the most disastrous results."
"ungentlemanly," and who thought that no man could touch pitch without defilement.
_Daily Herald_ entertain for the feelings of German magnates that its susceptibilities were deeply shocked at the correspondent of another paper, who, after lunching with Herr Thyssen, was so "ungentlemanly" as to comment afterwards on the display of wealth he had witnessed (_Daily