Definitions of Gallantries

  1. of Gallantry Webster Dictionary DB

Usage examples for Gallantries

  1. Wilhelm made her celebrated by his gallantries and Lenbach by the great portrait he painted of her wondrous loveliness. – Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess by Henry W. Fischer
  2. Years afterwards the beat of the music which played in the gardens that evening, while the party within sat at dinner, haunted her; bringing back, as such things will, the scene and her aching heart, the outward glitter and the inward care, the Honourable Bob's gallantries and her father's stately figure as he rose and drank wine with her; ay, and the hip, hip, hurrah which shook the glasses when an old Squire, a privileged person, rose, before she could leave, and toasted her. – Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman