1. offensively discourteous
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How To Use ungallant In A Sentence

  • We refuse to rise to this slur on reputations of the likes of her and other undomestic goddesses; suffice to say that the ungallant man should be so lucky.
  • It's ungallant to say so, but this remarkableness felt like a bonus. Times, Sunday Times
  • One might think this ungallant of him, but the simple truth was, Jake didn't know how to drive - let alone change a tyre.
  • ‘She'll try to sleep with you,’ they said, somewhat ungallantly.
  • Rumours circulated that other attempts to photograph the families together had been foiled when McConnell ungallantly jumped behind Wark.
  • It seems almost ungallant to say this now, since she is being so pleasant and open, but I recall meeting her 10 years ago on the set of Shadowlands, when she insisted on doing her interview standing up and in the open air.
  • It was ungallant of the man to forward such a billet-doux, but harassment? Times, Sunday Times
  • An ungallant observer might wonder if it also employs some of the original cast. Times, Sunday Times
  • Neither gentleman is ungallant enough to so much as hint when discussing her performance that her voice has been dubbed.
  • I have been laying the sin of ungallantry upon you for the last three days. Eventide A Series of Tales and Poems
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