cavalier

[ kav-uh-leer, kav-uh-leer ]SEE DEFINITION OF cavalier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAVALIER

And why should her father mistrust this splendid-looking Spanish cavalier?

Treat this cavalier with all the respect and worship due to his birth and merits.

At all events, I have not danced four dances in one evening with one cavalier.

History has a cavalier way of recording the benefits of conquest.

"The rest of the planking's sure to be gone by this time," continues the cavalier.

The keen eyes flashed after the disappearing figures of Sylvia and her cavalier.

Does every cavalier so think when a helpless woman turns to him in her distress?

Eleanor, on the other hand, found her cavalier more simple than herself.

How say you, Sirs—shall this cavalier have the ordering of the battle?

The Japanese cavalier advanced with a succession of bows and smiles.

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