knights-errant love


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  • n. Plural form of knight-errant.


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  • 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.

    Wonderful World : Bev Vincent

  • It made of love a fine art, and countless knights-errant devoted themselves to the service of the little god.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • That's why society still needs knights-errant like Edwards.

    Virginia Tech professor uncovered truth about lead in D.C. water

  • 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!

    Where Do I Send My Masterpiece?

  • 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.

    Can a bold-talking one-eyed fat man be a hero-king?

  • 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.

    The Monastery

  • Modern dragons, hunting not for knights-errant, nor for medieval ladies, but for some small change.

    People I saw passing by

  • 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.

    The Water Babies

  • Patmos, riding on white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, knights-errant in the everlasting war against the False

    Westward Ho!

  • Just as in tales of knights-errant, the landscape demands the action and the knights merely fulfill it.

    Archive 2007-10-01


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