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The rest lay upon the hillside,—some past help, and all exposed to the fire of an unchivalrous foe.
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But without indulging in unchivalrous reflections we may draw certain morals from it of both immediate and ultimate applicability.
Unchivalrous, un-shiv′al-rus, adj. not chivalrous or honourable.
He could not exult over her, for that would be unchivalrous; but would not her own conscience reproach her bitterly?
General Buckner replied, that he thought it very unchivalrous, but accepted the terms.
"You're welcome to all the good they may bring you, old boy," was Nicholas's unchivalrous retort.
I have never read such unchivalrous sentiments in my life—from a man, I mean.
To our surprise the women present made no protest against this unchivalrous reflection on their horsemanship.
But he loved her, and he would have deemed it unchivalrous to let her feel now that their relation to one another had changed.
The inflated state of the unchivalrous middle, denominated Manchester, terrified him.

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