- v. Simple past tense and past participle of knight.
“But the time when Cuculain should be knighted, that is to say, invested with arms, and solemnly received into the Red Branch as man to the high King of all Ulla, now drew on, and such a knighting as that, and under such signs, omens, and portents, has never been recorded anywhere in the history of the nations.”
“In another effort to make employees feel proud and connected to the brand, workers who reach pinnacle anniversaries with King Arthur, such as five or 10 years, are "knighted" at the annual holiday party by Mr. Voigt.”
“They have now became the first seven knights to graduate when they were 'knighted' at Belvoir Castle.”
“I was even "knighted" by GDW for some support work I did for the game.”
“They were 'knighted' and presented with medals and certificates by President Rene Preval.”
“Efforts to have President Shimon Peres "knighted" during a visit to London next month may have been set back by premature publication of the move, Foreign Ministry sources said Thursday.”
“Paul McCartney is knighted by the Queen of England.”
“#16 POSTED BY bill, Feb 7th, 2009 12: 30 am only issue i have with this list is “hard up for cash jimmy page”. as a diehard led zeppelin fan that brought up bad memories. i remember when they signed away the rights for diddy to make the horrendous song. i dont think hes strapped for cash though, hes been knighted and just put out another album.”
“How many other great SciFi actors have been knighted?”
“He was knighted in 2003 by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the Arts.”
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