What does the narrator mean when she refers to Mr. Brympton as “that kind of gentleman”?

Then he turned his back on me, and went on talking to his wife; and I knew what that meant, too. I was not the kind of morsel he was after. The typhoid had served me well enough in one way: it kept that kind of gentleman at arm’s-length.

What does the narrator mean when she refers to Mr. Brympton as “that kind of gentleman”?

She does not trust Mr. Brympton.
She believes Mr. Brympton to be impatient.
She thinks Mr. Brympton is too critical.
She does not think Mr. Brympton is handsome.

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