She was pretty and soft, and had been chivalrously treated all her days.
And well and chivalrously did he sustain his high and sacred charge.
These are some of Gen. Hancocks men that treated me so chivalrously at Gettysburg.
"He is of my family," said Jean Jacques firmly and chivalrously.
How comes it that in this wild place you have learned to speak so chivalrously?
But was this person you rescued so—chivalrously—an Englishman?
No other painter has given to the soldier saints forms at once so heroic and so chivalrously tender.
Stephen chivalrously sent first an embassador, Basil Lapotinsky, to the court of Ivan, to demand the restitution of the provinces.
She looked upon him as a Bayard who had chivalrously risked his life in the cause of - love, was it?
But none so chivalrously anxious to repair an unintentional injury or a hasty word.