Then we are agreed that it is not a matter of sentiment, it is not a matter of chivalry.
The Southern chivalry howled, and hanged or burned some one in effigy.
Strange as it may seem, these castles were the birthplaces and homes of chivalry.
With his usual activity he sprang forward and the scion of chivalry ran.
That's a long way from the days of the 'wild geese' and the order of chivalry, isn't it?
Mr. Falkland personifies the spirit of chivalry at its best and its worst.
It felicitously combined suggestions of chivalry and friendliness.
Happily for her, this time Wyndham's chivalry was equal to his intelligence.
Is it for some vow of chivalry, or for that which is the guerdon of chivalry?'
She was the court of Europe, the acknowledged leader of chivalry.