Felix is a good man, but his instincts toward decency— an act of gallantry on the Tube—eventually prove fatal for him.
Her grandfather was decorated for gallantry at Vimy Ridge and went on to found the Canadian armored corps.
They ennobled their race by their gallantry on that desperate occasion.
But what right had he to defend from gallantry the woman he was about to forswear before the world?
There were balls, and with them the first experience of gallantry.
Still, we took the position owing to gallantry of men like your son.
But it tried their gallantry as Frenchmen and their tact as Lorraine peasants.
But however vexed the controversy over the cause of the explosion, there has been no denial of the gallantry of its victims.
The gallantry of every one engaged was warmly commended by Captain Lascelles.
Go and lavish your Beau Brummel gallantry on the wives of our leading citizens.
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.).