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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A chivalrous man, one having qualities of courtesy, honor, bravery, gallantry, etc.
From Anglo-Norman chevaler, from Old French chevalier, from Latin caballarius (horseman), from caballus (horse). Earliest documented use: 1377.
“You have procured us a dish of great excellence, which will last for several days, and have conducted yourself like a true chevalier, without fear and without reproach.”
Johann D. Wyss; The Swiss Family Robinson; Penguin; 2007.
See more usage examples of chevalier in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
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