ขุนนาง, คนขี่ม้า, ทหารม้า
Noun(1) a gallant or courtly gentleman(2) a royalist supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War
Adjective(1) given to haughty disregard of others
(1) But in typically cavalier fashion he dismissed suggestions that he should be concerned about the problem of rising inflation.(2) The Government's whole attitude to this legislation has been cavalier and arrogant.(3) Every part of the cavalier 's and dragoon's armor was made to work together.(4) They also added the word cavalier to the breed's name.(5) This kind of cavalier attitude to the democratic process is intolerable.(6) A highly romantic and spectacular figure, Stuart will always be remembered as the dashing cavalier - indeed, one of the finest cavalry commanders.(7) But in the next instant, Lance was back to his cavalier , cynical self.(8) Our political class has been particularly insensitive to this issue and this cavalier attitude has permeated society as a whole.(9) The attack on professionalism so often found in the literature is cavalier and misguided.(10) Hardly the Virginia cavalier of legend, Ashby was successful because he understood and appealed to the yeoman characteristics of the people of the Valley and the men whom he led.(11) But now his wife has spoken of her bitterness at the cavalier way she believes she was told their 21-year marriage was over.(12) The captain left the army in 1998 after his commanding officer described him as having a ├ö├ç├┐arrogant and cavalier attitude towards young soldiers├ö├ç├û.(13) Nor am I reassured by Galston's rather cavalier dismissal of economic liberty's importance for individual self-determination.(14) It was not a decision taken in cavalier fashion, nor was it market-driven.(15) We've had enough uncosted promises, and the elderly have had their expectations treated in too cavalier a fashion.(16) Acting in such a high-handed and cavalier fashion does the council no good in the eyes of local people
(1) cavalier :: ขุนนาง
1. offhand ::
2. high-handed ::
3. horseman ::
4. royalist ::
5. chevalier ::
Different Formscavalier, cavalierly, cavaliers
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