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  • s  offensively discourteous

  • Wisely did not revel in his palpable popularity with the theater's liberal audience, lest he appear ungallant (yet again).
  • Pern's ungallant epitaph: "Poor thing, she always bored me.
  • At first ungallant Telephone Bureaucrats merely shrugged and spoke of women, clumsy women, lazy women.

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