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Cavalier

Antonyms of CAVALIER
Examples of usage:
  1. Must not he, who at eighteen years of age had attained that for which many not less endowed had given their whole lives in vain- he, the flattered cavalier, the scholar, and the officer of the king's guard- be set apart, elected to some exalted fate? - "Berlin and Sans-Souci" by Louise Muhlbach
  2. Chadron himself was a gray man, with a mustache and beard like a cavalier. - "The Rustler of Wind River" by G. W. Ogden
  3. The old cavalier remained a moment silent, absorbed in thought. - "The Amulet" by Hendrik Conscience
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