chivalrous

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"You men shouldn't be so chivalrous," said Margaret thoughtfully.

Wait till I do that which may gar her look at me,' said the chivalrous youth.

Where were the chivalrous chieftains with their clans behind them?

To his mind his father embodied all that was noble, high-hearted, and chivalrous.

So the boy scout of to-day must be chivalrous, manly, and gentlemanly.

This much is said from the viewpoint of the ordinary sensible and chivalrous onlooker.

At the same time with their chivalrous literature, they had a mocking one.

The doctor was a chivalrous man, and did not try to rub in a sore.

"It's putting a big lot of work on you, Fred," said the chivalrous Jack.

Yet you must run your chivalrous head into a halter for his sake!

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