gentleman

[ jen-tl-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gentleman

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENTLEMAN

The country was rapidly becoming, they agreed, no place for a gentleman to live.

Was the gentleman” (he chose that word as he looked at the boys) “layman or clerk?

I did not, sir, apply it to a gentleman; I applied it to Mr Chatterton.

I humbly apprehend, that Mr. Solmes has the spirit of a man, and a gentleman.

My uncle Antony presented him to me, as a gentleman he had a particular friendship for.

Why should any one be taught to behave like a gentleman, so long as he is no gentleman?

He is really a gentleman, however easily mistaken for something else.

The British lady, the British gentleman too, seems to cultivate a natural repellence.

"Not at a boarding-house, at least," said that gentleman, enjoying the fun.

Does this gentleman crave my pardon for having used me despitefully?

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