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Example sentences from the Web for gallant
He stood for the gallant style of neutrality that comes from deep, broad knowledge of the world, its cultures, languages and entire history.In the dumbest and darkest of times, Alex Trebek maintained a safe space for intelligence|Hank Stuever|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
He was there at Gettysburg, gallantly leading outnumbered Yankee divisions before suffering a neck injury.
“I see what this man [the president] sees in you,” Stewart gallantly replied.Michelle Obama’s Media Blitz Through ‘The Daily Show,’ ‘The View’ & More|Lloyd Grove|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Franco-Belgian garrison was, however, constantly reinforced, and conducted itself most gallantly.Ypres 1914|Otto Schwink
Then, in his desire to comfort her, he gallantly uttered in broken English whatever came into his head.The Quest|Frederik van Eeden
Now he laid his open palm on his bosom, and now hinging it abroad, he gallantly snapped his fingers in the air.Red Gauntlet|Sir Walter Scott
"Let me suggest a better way," he replied, gallantly, as he took his seat at the table again.Pretty Madcap Dorothy|Laura Jean Libbey
Gallantly our brave soldiers made their way up the heights—gallantly they were carried, and right nobly the guns were captured.Our Soldiers|W.H.G. Kingston