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gentleman US English

A chivalrous, courteous, or honorable man

gentleman US Thesaurus

a fine steed suitable for a gentleman such as yourself

lady of leisure US English

A woman or man of independent means or whose time is free from obligations to others

country gentleman US English

A rich man of good social standing who owns and lives in a large rural property

gentleman farmer US English

A well-to-do man who runs a farm for pleasure

gentleman-at-arms US English

One of the bodyguards of the British monarch on ceremonial occasions

Gentleman's Relish US English

A highly seasoned anchovy paste

gentleman-at-arms New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

bodyguards of the British monarch

gentleman's agreement US English

An arrangement or understanding which is based upon the trust of both or all parties, rather than being legally binding

Corbett, James John US English

(1866–1933), US boxer; known as Gentleman Jim. He was world heavyweight champion 1892–97

Burgoyne, John US English

(1722–92), English general and playwright; known as Gentleman Johnny. He surrendered to the Americans at Saratoga (1777) during the American Revolution. His plays include The Maid of the Oaks (1774) and The Heiress (1786)

lady of leisure in leisure US English

A woman or man of independent means or whose time is free from obligations to others

Gentleman Johnny in Burgoyne, John US English

(1722–92), English general and playwright; known as Gentleman Johnny. He surrendered to the Americans at Saratoga (1777) during the American Revolution. His plays include The Maid of the Oaks (1774) and The Heiress (1786)

Gentleman Jim in Corbett, James John US English

(1866–1933), US boxer; known as Gentleman Jim. He was world heavyweight champion 1892–97

Black Rod US English

(In the UK) the chief usher of the Lord Chamberlain’s department of the royal household, who is also usher to the House of Lords

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod in Black Rod US English

(In the UK) the chief usher of the Lord Chamberlain’s department of the royal household, who is also usher to the House of Lords

Black Rod New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chief usher of the Lord Chamberlain's department of the royal household


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