Gallant [adjective]

Definition of Gallant:

brave, splendid

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Sentence/Example of Gallant:

This moral rebel, who leaps into battle with a smile and the motto “justice for all,” set the stage for all the gallant swashbucklers who followed.

“Saved the puppy from getting eaten by an alligator and never dropped his cigar, a true legend,” read one tweet, while others said the devoted dog dad deserved a medal for the gallant rescue.

M was a Miser, and hoarded up gold; N was a Nobleman, gallant and bold.

The white men served their smoking cannon with a wild energy that, for a time, made the gallant nine equal to a thousand.

He wrote a letter to Sir Hugh Wheeler warning the gallant old general that he might expect to be attacked forthwith.

Of the sixty men who charged, but eleven reached the guns, the rest had fallen, and among them the gallant Major.

Sword in hand the gallant Prince of Moskowa led the magnificent veterans to the attack.

The gallant General is not the only one who is worn out with this hopeless task.

The handsome person and gallant bearing of the youthful knight excited general sympathy and regret.

Thereupon the gallant woman declared her two big sons should become his men.