Are you not ashamed of yourself, carrying on these gallantries?
In her gallantries she was as unrestrained as in other things.
This statement Roland considered an excellent cue for an exchange of gallantries.
She was well known for her gallantries and her influence at Court.
Being all bull-fighters together, they put aside as useless the gallantries necessary before the public.
The French are a people that can't live without their gallantries.
As for work-girls and serving-maids, Don Serapio's gallantries did not stop with compliments.
Essex's gallantries at Court, after as before his marriage, were notorious and many.
Do you mean to tell me that you learned these gallantries in Johnson's Dictionary?
What rivalries did your gallantries of this kind occasion me!
1590s, "fine appearance," from French galanterie (16c.), from Old French galant (see gallant). Meaning "gallant behavior" is from 1630s. Middle English had gallantness "merriment, gaiety, high living" (late 15c.).