Other men who dealt with her a lot would confirm her skill at maneuvering them into feeling they had to be chivalrous.
My sugar daddies were chivalrous and respectful, but when someone is compensating you for your time, a power dynamic emerges.
Shame on you, degenerate sons of a brave and chivalrous ancestry!
He is a chivalrous person who wishes to be treated as at least your equal.
He had taken either a high and chivalrous ground or a sentimentally weak one.
She longed for her brother to see him thus—alert, strong, and chivalrous.
The most chivalrous courtesy, the most exquisite refinement, were fully expressed in that brief sentence.
Agnes had always regarded Lady Sara as an odd but chivalrous girl.
Thus ended the life of my chivalrous, rash, and noble-hearted friend.
All this replaced the plumes, the shining armour, and the chivalrous knights.