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This gallantry surprised her ever so little, for a faint flush came into her cheek and the shadow of a smile into her eyes.
Gallantry is a weakness of the heart, or perhaps a constitutional defect; coquetry is an irregularity of the mind.
In the age wherein those poets lived, there was less of gallantry than in ours; neither did they keep the best company of theirs.
What with De Valmont's hollow gallantry and boasting of his own great deeds, he fell daily in the daughter's eyes.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Monsieur Guillot was indeed a man of gallantry, but he had the reputation of using these affairs to cloak his real purpose.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He returned to the charge a hundred times, with indomitable gallantry, but it was no use.
She is a true French woman, however, and expects gallantry even from a weary traveller.
Once for all, the French women can think of nothing but gallantry, and live for nothing but love.
Supper is all gaiety and gallantry, and the latter perhaps of a kind, which in England would not be deemed very innocent.
This is another means of indulging that general disposition to gallantry which characterizes a Frenchwoman.

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