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(n.) A man of calm demeanor, strong preserve, intellectual thinking, polite yet meaningful speak and a good upbringing. A fighter for the cause of right with words, not guns.
A true gentlemen is a respectable thing to be. A wannabe is a very bad thing to be, since you shall nto be liked.
by Gumba Gumba June 01, 2004
A song by South Korean rapper Park Jae-Sang, known by his stage name PSY. It came out in Korea about three weeks ago, and in the rest of the world the day after. Was performed on April 13th at his "Happening" concert, named after the song he unveiled. On that day, the music video was released to YouTube, using the accompanied dance revealed at the concert. The dance is from the song "Abracadabra," made by a group called "Brown Eyed Girls." One of the members was featured in the music video. The song is a satire of people who say they treat their girlfriends so well, when they are in fact douchebags. He pulls pranks on multiple girlfriends, including pulling her chair back way too far, resulting in her falling on the floor, when one girlfriend does that to him. They start eating, and as the music builds up, they stare at each other as they eat messily. Then, they both happily walk out of the tent in which they were, he says it, and the music begins to drop.
"🎃I'm a mother-father gentleman." - PSY
by Alex4315 April 30, 2013
A person who is eminently capable of playing bagpipes, but for obvious reasons of taste, sensibility and the ongoing good of all mankind deigns not to.
"I just found out that Jim can play bagpipes, but he never does - what an absolute gentleman!"
by digthetripe April 08, 2015
stephen wrote the book of gentleman many years ago, the first copy was published in the mid 1800's and read by over 70% of the worlds population - here in 2010 a copy of this book is very hard to come by, people believe every book in existance was destroyed in a bid to keep 'gentlemanizm' unknown, only a select few have had the art of gentleman sent down to them throughout the generations. Stephen Plank, the creator of the book still lives, it is predicted he is over 5 thousand years old
"that stephen plank sure is a gentleman"- quote by an anonymous gentleman plank fan
by nomnomnomage April 14, 2010
An inexpensive drink combination, most bartenders should know: the cheapest beer and a shot of the cheapest whiskey at the bar.
I've only got $6, so I think I'd better order the Gentleman.
by PauGen November 28, 2010
Current definition: A polite man.
Original definition: A man who doesn't work for a living, polite to his peers only because he has to be.
Lord Fopington was a gentleman in the original sense of the word. His days were spent fox hunting, abusing his servants and inbreeding.
by Luke B February 24, 2013
One who can play drums, but chooses not to.
"That James next door is a true gentleman: He has a huge drum kit, but never plays"
by hu dat March 20, 2012
Another term for "cunt." This saying gained currency among visitors to Aint It Cool News' "The Zone," a forum created on internet geek Harry Knowles' popular website aintitcooldotcom. Since The Zone was meant to be a refuge from the mean-spirited TalkBacks giving voice to readers below every news item on the site, Knowles institued a system of "word replacement" in The Zone, whereby the easy insults such as "cunt" or "faggot" used by TalkBackers, when typed in The Zone would appear as kinder terms, such as (respectively) "gentleman" or "the one that I desire."
You stupid fucking gentleman!

After I went up on the handlebars of my mate's bike, I felt like a right gentleman.
by Lawrence Heimann October 02, 2006
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