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Use "ungentlemanlike" in a sentence
"A man may do what he likes with his own, and can hardly be called ungentlemanlike because he gives it away to a person you don't happen to like. ""
"At first they followed the profession of arms, flouting all others as unworthy, and thinking it ungentlemanlike to know how to read or write."
"Dobbin to understand that he would jeopardy his soul if he got up at that moment, that the Major might go and be hanged, that he would not travel with Dobbin, and that it was most unkind and ungentlemanlike to disturb a man out of his sleep in that way; on which the discomfited Major was obliged to retreat, leaving Jos to resume his interrupted slumbers."