- n. 骑士；武士
- adj. 傲慢的；满不在乎的；无忧无虑的
a gallant or courtly gentleman
a royalist supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War
given to haughty disregard of others
- The cavalier defeated all the antagonists.
- The cavaliers rushed into the palace to protect the king.
- People were often irritated by his cavalier attitude toward them.
- But generally the industry adopted a rather cavalier attitude to click fraud.
This cavalier tone from an unknown person..did not please me.出自： Carlyle
Nancy's amiability with the French differed from her cavalier treatment of the American soldiers.出自： H. Acton