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Definition of "ungallant" []

  • Lacking in courtesy or chivalry (adjective)
  • Not gallant; ignoble, dishonourable, unvaliant. (adjective)

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Use "ungallant" in a sentence
  • "I am so ungallant I didn't even know that was a thing."
  • "In a nutshell, that's us, Britain; that's how we live and survive - if we, as a people don't want to go to war, the Yanks will take us there nevertheless, because Cameron or Blair thinks that our best talents for survival is the ungallant course of mortgaging our souls and integrity and decency to the Yanks, and that we have no alternative choice or talents available to us in this awakening world."
  • "Mr. Condit, a cold-blooded politician and defensive personality, who was revealed to be a serial adulterer, was not an especially sympathetic character; but while his denials of a sexual relationship with Chandra Levy were decidedly ungallant and untruthful, they were in no way conclusive evidence that he had murdered his recent girlfriend."