unchivalrous

[ UK /ʌnʃˈɪvə‍lɹəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. offensively discourteous
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How To Use unchivalrous In A Sentence

  • However, the sassy, unchivalrous character built over the long years of struggle seems to have weakened the DPP's ability to adapt to its new role as a ruling party.
  • The boys continued the unchivalrous behavior as they left Lyn only the welfare line to stand in as Sunny took third.
  • All the same, I was surprised to see Mark behave so unchivalrously. Farthing
  • In one dream world he stood, surrounded by either semi conscious or woefully unchivalrous government officers in a smoky, gutted building.
  • I'm not a big royal fan by any manner or means, I just dislike unchivalrous acts more.
  • He would never be so unchivalrous, but I didn't get the impression he had chosen the timing.
  • Possibly some of the boys who behaved so unchivalrously toward her helped right manfully to conquer us of the South into the views they now entertain. Our Brother in Black: His Freedom and His Future
  • He opposed violence against women, because it was unchivalrous toward what he called the ‘weaker sex’.
  • Hillary is d'une certain âge and not so well-favored, so it would be an unchivalrous and an unkind thing to say, but it would have scored a hit on an opponent's vulnerable point. Never Yet Melted
  • Ramsay responded with unchivalrous remarks about Maschler's age, but she nonetheless has given his new venture a rave review.
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