chivalrous chivalrous


  • (adj) being attentive to women like an ideal knight



  1. Truly let it be said that Sir Tristan von Eising is everything a knight should be--honorable and chivalrous, 6 ft.
  2. The chivalrous conclusion is that today's woman can do whatever she likes--start a company, pilot a plane--but only by trampling on her inner female.
  3. Truly let it be said that Sir Tristan von Eising is everything a knight should behonorable and chivalrous, 6 ft.


  • 6 Inventions That Allowed Chivalry To Die

    Credit: Stuart McClymont They say chivalry is dead. Well, of course it is -- technology has just made it too easy for us guys. Here are the time-saving gadgets that turned gentlemen into lazy sloths with zero class. 1. Revolving doors The quintessential chivalrous guy move is holding open a door for a lovely lady. [...]
    on June 17, 2013     Source: MTV


  1. "Working with Stan was so extraordinary," Stone, 48, said at a press conference to launch the film. "He is the loveliest, most chivalrous, most charming and most professional person. And because of that, when this incident happened I felt...
    on Mar 15, 2006 By: Sharon Stone Source: Advertiser Adelaide

  2. "He did a very chivalrous courtship," said friend Barbara Smith. "He called, he always showed up at the door with flowers."
    on May 31, 2008 By: Barbara Smith Source:

  3. Bipasha says, "Fardeen is a very philosophical person - very well-read, intelligent, well-behaved and chivalrous. I found him a most impressive talker."
    on Jul 13, 2009 By: Bipasha Basu Source: Oneindia

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