Meaning of ungallantly in English:

ungallantly

adverb

See ungallant

‘‘She'll try to sleep with you,’ they said, somewhat ungallantly.’
  • ‘The clerk pauses to greet two bulkily clad, dot-faced women wary of crossing the slippery road, but ungallantly fails to raise his regulation top-hat.’
  • ‘Rumours circulated that other attempts to photograph the families together had been foiled when McConnell ungallantly jumped behind Wark.’
  • ‘As the Prince of Wales somewhat ungallantly observed in his toast at this week's state dinner, the American media hoped to marry him off to her.’
  • ‘You have ungallantly declined to refrain from pointing at our citizens the rifles we sold you.’