- n. Plural form of knight-errant.
“I also finished Part 1 of Don Quixote, so I decided to take a break with some pirates before getting back to the knights-errant.”
“It made of love a fine art, and countless knights-errant devoted themselves to the service of the little god.”
“That's why society still needs knights-errant like Edwards.”
“We have fought our way through legions of knights-errant, alien space fleets, killer robots and evil wizards okay, several dimensional portals but we are BACK!”
“Westerns are chivalrous tales of knights-errant on quests or hero-kings arising to save the people from oppression and restore order and peace and justice.”
“But their spirit of enthusiastic devotion had long slept in the ease and indolent habits of their successors, and their adventures, like those of knights-errant, were rather read for amusement than for edification.”
“Modern dragons, hunting not for knights-errant, nor for medieval ladies, but for some small change.”
“They were all true English hearts; and they came to their end like good knights-errant, in searching for the white gate that never was opened yet.”
“Patmos, riding on white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, knights-errant in the everlasting war against the False”
“Just as in tales of knights-errant, the landscape demands the action and the knights merely fulfill it.”
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