A

abiding-place
abreast
ambuscade
amenities
antagonist
appeasement
arduous
aristocrat
aurora borealis
avail
averred

B

babel
battering ram
at bay
belligerent
besetting
boded
brumal
Dat one dam bully dog

C

cadences
cajole
callous
callowness
capsized
care a whoop
Druther break cayuses any day
cessation
chaffering
Chafing
Chinese lottery
clannish
cold-tubbing
commingled
communion
conciliated
conjuration
copious
coy
Cunning

D

'tween-decks
deft
deluged
demesne
diabolically
discomfited
disconsolate
dispatches
divined
docilely
dog-breakin'
domesticated

E

ebbed
economy
eloquent
enticed
ere
expediency

F

fastidiousness
fawned
feigned
ferine
Fivescore and odd
forebears
forevalued
frothing

G

gee-pole
the goose hang high
grub

H

hankering
harking
huskies
hydrophoby
hysteria

I

ignominiously
impeachment
impede
imperiously
importuned
inarticulate
incarnate
inexorable
inflammation
innocuously
insular
introspective

J

jangling
jubilant
jugular

K


L

lacerated
loaf
lolling
lope
lugubriously

M

malignant
malingerer
manifestly
metamorphosed
moccasins
monotonous
morose
multitudinous
muses

N

nomadic

O

orthodox
overhauled

P

palmated
palpitant
pandemonium
paroxysms
pell-mell
perambulating
peremptorily
pertinacity
placatingly
pompous
potent
precipitate
primeval
primordial
progeny
ptarmigan
Pullman

Q

quoth

R

rampant
ramshackle
ravenous
recesses
remonstrance
repose
repugnance
resiliency
retrogression
riotously
We've had our little ruction

S

salient
sated
shirked
shrewd
shunned
slake
slipshod
snub
soliloquized
sombre
sou
spasmodically
steeped
strove
superfluous
supremacy
surcharged
swarthy

T

tallow
tangible
tenderfoot
the mould was broke
thoroughfare
time-graven
toiled
tote
traces
transient
travail
tuition

U

uncouth
uncowed

V

vicarious
vigil
vigor

W

waxed
weazened
whale the stuffin' out of you
wheedlingly
wheeler
whoso
wonted

X


Y

Yeehats

Z

zeal

chivalrous

Definition
Honorable and well-behaved, especially towards women. Someone who is chivalrous follows a strict code of polite behavior. The term comes from the code followed by knights during the middle ages.

Example Sentence
He chivalrously gave up his seat so that the pregnant woman could sit down.

Drawing of a knight and a princess.
A knight kneels before a lady.