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Poetic Definitions: gallant
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Deeply bold, courageous, brave, valiant or audacious.
dashing
soaring
courtly
knightly
courteous
chivalrous
But not timid, shy, fearful, pusillanimous or timorous.
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— Joyce Maxwell
Yoda
Gallant: Master, who will I become?

Courteous, before time you were!
Unchivalrous, you have not been!
Rude, you are not!
Proud, you will always be!

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— Arthur Hammond
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term gallant
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for valiant

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Carl Walton
Waka
Just like the braves,
they're courageously valiant.
Neither strong nor rude!
An escort, squire or convoy.
Being noble or stately.

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— Henry Tate
Verse (modern)
Gallant

Gallant rhymes with talent, this didactic poem claims, but as rhyming verse, there is nothing more inane.
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— Douglas Warner
Unitoum
Gallant

Splendidly
bestial
gallantly
natural

bestial
dude
natural
court

dude
rap
court
knock

rap
gallantly
knock
splendidly.
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— Marie Baldwin
Tanaka
Capital city
markedly conspicuous
loose garment or cloak
To support or encourage.
A hero or champion.

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— Carolyn Ramsey
Rondelet
Gallant

Double feature,
theatrical presentation.
Double feature,
dancing animals in pasture.
To go into operation,
low frequency deviation.
Double feature.

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— Martha Hardy
Quinzaine
Gallant

Gallants are several beaus.
Are they heroic?
Can they knit?

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— Gregory Dawson
Pi (π)
Can I show a poesy, furnished so beings might see
Newly didactic summaries, thereby informing, and oh now conveyed free?
Manful or heroic seem way too apparent. But is haughty?
Courteous, brave? - or valorous, fearless? Darn! I deserted naughty!
I reckon undaunted and otherwise soldierly, but happily ought I
- given concepts so - allusions written with equations spry?
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— Andrew Lambert
Octosyllable
Really dreamy and haughty.
But also creamy and naughty.
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— Anna Lucas
Nonet
horse with a yellowish white color
being potent or powerful
a devil of a fellow
alarm actuation
decomposition
resolution
bravery
hero
firm
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— Amy Neal
Mirror Cinquain
gallant
brave, courageous
adhering, employing, maintaining
one fond of paying attention to ladies
dandy
coxcomb
a dandy, beau, toff, popinjay or cockscomb
modeling, facing, looking
fellow, gallant
dude
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— Brenda Wade
Limerick
There was a young guy from Tallant,
He needed a word for gallant.
      He thought of a cave,
      But settled on brave!
That literate man from Tallant.
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— Cynthia Harvey
Kural
Fop, beau, dude, squire
Clotheshorse's stately valentines

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— Shirley Austin
Haiku (terse)
Considerable
enthusiastically
indubitable

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— Edward Freeman
Haiku (3-word)
Accompanying
individualistic
sociability

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— Brian Palmer
Haiku (modern)
Brave, bold, fine and stout,
safe, sharp, sheer, sleek, slick, slim, smart,
nice, great, good, valiant.

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— Sarah Grant
Gnomic
Being friendly, amiable or affable.
Being honourable, respectable or venerable.
Being precious, costly or valuable.
Being creditable, commendable or laudable.

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— Carol Harrison
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
brave
valiant
courageous
being great or grand

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— Kenneth Coleman
Diamante
Gallant
nifty, peachy
raising, expanding, enlarging
dude, swell ..... throng, swarm
crawling, congregating, filling
close, broad
vulgar
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— Christopher Brooks
Cinquain - Phrasal
gallant
fashion plate
lively and spirited
being noble or stately
fearless

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— Maria Allen
Cinquain - Expressional
gallant
and fearless
bearing his resolute
sinners than good counsel.
courageous!

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— Greet Howard
Butterfly Cinquain
lovely
not difficult
telephone charge ticket
strictly relative in nature
handsome
as a takeaway from the booth
delicate and pretty
concluding piece
charming
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— David Lewis
Acrostic - Prefix
 Gorgeous
adventurous
lofty
lovely
attentive
noble
tall
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— Mary Davis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Gay
Daring
Splendidly
Fellow
Courageous
Eminently
Valiant
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— John Anderson
Acrostic - Suffix
Daring
Inamorata
Swell
Heroical
Megalomania
Upon
Valiant
 
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— Linda Harris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.