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General Crossword Questions for “gallantries”

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Encyclopedia

  • User:The Anome/Moby nouns/G. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Galactite - Galactometer - Galactometry - Galactophore - Galactopoietic - Galactosan. — “User:The Anome/Moby nouns/G - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • He has been dated to the last years of the 16th century. He is a Bergamo native, and was popularized by the actor Gabrielli. wit, for all those ingenious gallantries to which the ignorant and. — “Scapino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • The Guild welcomes all editors with a good grasp of English to help in the drive to improve articles. Visit our project page if This Decoration was Awarded to him for his Extreme Degree of Gallantries in the Post-Third Anglo-Afghan War (1919) Expeditions by His Imperial. — “Talk:Swabi District - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • The situation was indeed grotesque, had it not been at the same time so fearfully tragic: the poor, weary woman, broken in spirit, and half frantic with the bitterness of her disappointment, receiving on her knees the BANAL gallantries of her deadly enemy. — “The Scarlet Pimpernel” by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  • Indeed, I pity her heartily; for she seems to be one of the best-natured and honestest of human creatures." "And so," answered Nightingale, "according to your doctrine, one must not amuse oneself by any common gallantries with women, for fear they should fall in love with us." "Indeed, Jack," said Jones, "you wilfully misunderstand me; I do not fancy women are so apt to fall in love; but you have gone far beyond common gallantries." "What, do you suppose," says Nightingale, "that we have been a-bed together?" "No, upon my honour," answered Jones, very seriously, "I do not suppose so ill of you; nay, I will go farther, I do not imagine you have laid a regular premeditated scheme for the destruction of the quiet of a poor little creature, or have even foreseen the consequence: for I am sure thou art a very good-natured fellow; and such a one can never be guilty of a cruelty of that kind; but at the same time you have pleased your own vanity, without considering that this poor girl was made a sacrifice to it; and while you have had no design but of amusing an idle hour, you have actually given her reason to flatter herself that you had the most serious designs in her favour. — “Tom Jones” by Henry Fielding
  • Amid all this, d'Artagnan remarked also that not one countenance responded to the gallantries of Porthos. There were only chimeras and illusions; but for real love, for true jealousy, is there any reality except illusions and chimeras? — “The Three Musketeers” by Alexandre Dumas
  • He had been most agreeable, most delightful; he had told Harriet that he had seen them go by, and had purposely followed them; other little gallantries and allusions had been dropt, but nothing serious. — “Emma” by Jane Austen

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