- n. Plural form of cavalier.
“He said: 'You get this constant swing between puritanism and the desire to push things as far as they can go: what I call cavaliers v roundheads.”
“He told the magazine: "You get this constant swing between puritanism and the desire to push things as far as they can go: what I call cavaliers v roundheads.”
“English, called the cavaliers, in 1607, became a royal colony in 1624.”
“It was braced by four buttresses which were called cavaliers, and cost your Majesty a large sum, as”
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“And we, the Southerners who are called the cavaliers, are led by a puritan," said Lieutenant-Colonel St. Hilaire.”
“Waverley-Honour, so long known as cavaliers and royalists.”
“Chevalier than the open declaration in his favour of the representative of the house of Waverley-Honour, so long known as cavaliers and royalists.”
“The cavaliers were a black hole in the nba and had zero sell outs till lebron get there.”
“If you can't laugh at Anthony van Dyck's boozed-up cavaliers, Thomas Gainsborough's cadaverous, blue-faced debutantes or Damien Hirst's 13-foot shark in a few thousand gallons of formaldehyde, you're really missing out on some great fun.”
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