Synonyms of gallant in English:

gallant


See definition of gallant

adjective

1‘a gallant band of British officers’

SYNONYMS
brave, courageous, valiant, valorous, bold, plucky, daring, fearless, intrepid, heroic, lionhearted, stout-hearted, doughty, mettlesome, great-spirited
honourable, noble, manly, manful, macho, dashing, daredevil, death-or-glory, undaunted, unflinching, unshrinking, unafraid, dauntless, indomitable
informal gutsy, spunky, ballsy, have-a-go
rare venturous
ANTONYMS

cowardly

2‘he made a gallant remark to a self-conscious girl’

SYNONYMS
chivalrous, gentlemanly, courtly, courteous, respectful, polite, attentive, gracious, considerate, thoughtful, obliging
dated mannerly
archaic gentle
ANTONYMS

discourteous, rude


noun

1‘a young gallant resplendent in red and white silks’

SYNONYMS
fine gentleman, man about town, man of fashion, dandy, fop, beau, cavalier, swashbuckler
playboy, man of the world, ladies' man
informal swell, toff, ladykiller
archaic gay dog, rip, dude, blade, blood, coxcomb

2‘she was delighted to see her amorous gallant’

SYNONYMS
suitor, wooer, admirer, worshipper
beau, sweetheart, lover, love, beloved, boyfriend, young man, man friend, escort, partner
informal fancy man, flame, fella
British informal boyf
literary swain
archaic paramour