Gallant: Adjective

gallant LELB Society/ˈgæl.ənt/ US /gəˈlænt/
1: (of a man) polite and kind towards women, especially when in public:
That wasn’t very gallant of you, Paul, pushing a young lady out of the way like that!
2: showing no fear of dangerous or difficult things:
Despite fierce competition she made a gallant effort to win the first medal of the championships.

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