- n. Plural form of knight.
“At the coronation of a king or queen, there be other knights made with longer and more curious ceremonies, called knights of the bath.”
“Among the toy soldiers – by toy makers Britains, Heyde, Mignot and Elastolin – is a rare group of 27 handmade Medieval mounted knights from the early 20th century that could bring $15,000 to $25,000.”
“Admits Sewell, “When I was an adolescent, I imagined these knights from the Middle Ages would ravish me.””
“The name knights then prevailed over that of hospitallers.”
“And, to find out the truth better, Vivaldo did ask him again what meant the word knights-errant.”
“Thereupon I called my knights and my men, and asked them what they wished us to do whether to surrender to the Sultan's galleys, or to surrender to those on land.”
“Some three hundred yards away certain French knights, mounted, often two upon one horse, or afoot, were flying from that awful field, striking out to the right in order to clear themselves of the cumbering horde of fugitives.”
“Let one Fool and four knights from the British Isles, come in and clear the way!”
“For when certain German knights were boasting before him of the power and glory of Odoacer, he said that it would last some thirteen, or at most fourteen years; and the prophecy (so all men said in those days) came exactly true.”
“Scottish knights is now engaged; but such hosts impede him, that hope hardly dares hover over his tremendous path.”
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