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William Shakespeare - Compton Mackenzie - Oliver Cromwell - Anita Loos - Oscar Wilde - William Faulkner - Geoffrey Chaucer - Mark Twain -Charles Dickens - Theodore Roosevelt - Lana Turner - Marlene Dietrich - Kong Fu Zi - King James I - John Locke - William Lyon Phelps - George Bernard Shaw - Fyodor Dostoevsky - Frederick Douglass - Nick Love - Orlando Bloom - Katie Price - Lord Byron - Anthony Trollope - Walter Bagehot - Robert Smith Surtees - Enzo Ferrari - Edmund Burke - James Joyce - The Gentleman Bandit 1981 -       

 

 

4,608.  Mote:  You are a gentleman and a gamester, sir.

 

Armado:  I confess both.  They are both the varnish of a complete man.  (Man & Gentleman & Gambling)  William Shakespeare, Loves Labours Lost I ii 42-43

 

 

74,630.  A kinder gentleman treads not the earth.  William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice II viii 35, Salerio to Solanio

 

 

51,045.  The Prince of Darkness is a gentleman.  (Satan & Lucifer & Devil & Gentleman)  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear III iv 131, Edgar

 

 

4,709.  Women do not find it difficult nowadays to behave like men, but they often find it extremely difficult to behave like gentlemen.  (Women & Behaviour & Man & Gentleman)  Compton Mackenzie, Literature in My Time 1933

 

 

30,850.  I had rather have a plain, russet-coated Captain, that knows what he fights for, and loves what he knows, than that you call a Gentleman and is nothing else.  (England & Cromwell & Civil War & Fight & Gentleman)  Oliver Cromwell, letter to Sir William Spring September 1643

 

 

74,631.  So I really think that American gentlemen are the best after all, because kissing your hand may make you feel very very good but a diamond and safire bracelet lasts forever.  (Gentlemen & Diamond & Gems)  Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1925

 

 

74,632.  A gentlemen is one who never hurts anyone’s feelings unintentionally.  (Gentleman & Hurt & Feelings)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

74,633.  A true gentleman is one who is never unintentionally rude.  (Gentleman & Rude)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

85,224.  My duty as a gentleman has never interfered with my pleasures in the smallest degree.  (Pleasure & Gentlemen)  Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest 

 

 

74,634.  A gentleman can live through anything.  William Faulkner

 

 

74,635.  He loved chivalrie,

Trouthe and honour, fredom and curteisie.  Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales

 

 

74,636.  A gentleman is someone who knows how to play the banjo and doesn't.  Mark Twain

 

 

74,637.  No real gentleman will tell the naked truth in the presence of ladies.  Mark Twain

 

 

74,638.  Once a gentleman, and always a gentleman.  Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit

 

 

95,094.  He is a gentleman of strict conscience, disdainful of all littleness and meanness and ready on the shortest notice to die any death you may please to mention rather than give occasion for the least impeachment of his integrity.  He is an honourable, obstinate, truthful, high-spirited, intensely prejudiced, perfectly unreasonable man.  Charles Dickens, Bleak House

 

 

74,639.  A gentleman is simply a patient wolf.  Lana Turner

 

 

74,640.  I am at heart a gentleman.  Marlene Dietrich    

 

 

74,641.  A gentleman would be ashamed should his deeds not match his words.  Kong Fu Zi

 

 

74,642.  I can make a Lord, but only God can make a gentleman.  (Gentleman & James I)  King James I

 

 

74,643.  Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him.  John Locke

   

 

74,644.  The final test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him.  William Lyon Phelps

 

 

74,645.  A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.  George Bernard Shaw

   

 

74,646.  A real gentleman, even if he loses everything he owns, must show no emotion.  Money must be so far beneath a gentleman that it is hardly worth troubling about.  (Gentleman & Money)  Fyodor Dostoevsky

 

 

74,647.  A gentleman will not insult me, and no man not a gentleman can insult me.  (Gentleman & Insult)  Frederick Douglass

 

 

74,648.  A gentleman never talks about his tailor.  (Gentleman & Tailor)  Nick Cave

 

 

74,649.   Being a gentleman is a worthy goal.  Orlando Bloom 

 

 

64,795.  All I want is a gentleman.  I'm sick to bloody death of bastards.  (Bastard & Gentleman)  Katie Price

 

 

74,650.  If we must have a tyrant, let him at least be a gentleman who has been bred to the business, and let us fall by the axe and not by the butcher’s cleaver.  (Gentleman & Tyrant)  Lord Byron

 

 

74,651.   And though it is much to be a nobleman, it is more to be a gentleman.  (Gentleman & Noble)  Anthony Trollope  

 

 

74,652.  No real English gentleman, in his secret soul, was ever sorry for the death of a political economist.  (Gentleman & Economist)  Walter Bagehot

 

 

74,653.  The only infallible rule we know is, that the man who is always talking about being a gentleman never is one.  Robert Smith Surtees

 

 

81,681.  The era of gentleman racing drivers is ended.  (Motor Racing & Gentlemen)  Enzo Ferrari

 

 

84,767.  So, to be patriots, as not to forget we are gentlemen.  (Patriot & Gentleman)  Edmund Burke

 

 

96,150.  -- When you kick out for yourself, Stephen – as I daresay you will one of these days – remember, whatever you do, to mix with gentlemen.  When I was a young fellow I tell you I enjoyed myself.  I mixed with fine decent fellows.  James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man   

 

 

97,653.  He said, ‘Not to worry,’ so gentleman-like.  A real gentleman.’  (GBH Films & Gentleman)  The Gentleman Bandit 1981 starring Charlie Mattera & Peter Greene & Ed Lauter & Ryan O’Neal & Justine Micelli & Kristina Malota & Todd Newman et al, director Jonathan Kaplan, victim of hold-up for $3000