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Use "unchivalrous" in a sentence
"Such a compact would of course be termed unchivalrous by the rhetoricians at St. St.phen's Green; but it would have prevented the unchivalrous conduct of many so-called loyalists, who, after triumphing by England's aid, then, relying upon that aid for the future, thwarted"
"In view of this fact the use of the term "unchivalrous" by the Confederate commander can be justly appreciated."
"WWI has a strong connotation of faceless, bleak and unchivalrous fighting."