Thesaurus / chivalry

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He could not but obey the summons of her distressed beauty, perfect knight of chivalry that he was.

The King of AlsanderJames Elroy Flecker

Chivalry therefore may, in a general sense, be referred to the age of Charlemagne.

The chivalry which he introduced was an insufficient gift to barbarism.

He has outraged all the rules and the instincts of chivalry.

Raemaekers' CartoonsLouis Raemaekers

Everybody conspired to speak of her husband as some one beyond the usual flight in goodness, chivalry, nobility of soul.

Chronicles of DustyporeHenry Stewart Cunningham

The chivalry and vanity of James were rouzed by these appeals, and he became the willing tool of French ambition.

With the advent of chivalry, she found herself at once in a more exalted position.

Gerard's chivalry momentarily lapsed and he struck back with all the effectiveness of superior experience.

From the Car BehindEleanor M. Ingram

Charles Blount died, and with him expired much of the chivalry of Freethought.

Ancient and Modern Celebrated FreethinkersCharles Bradlaugh, A. Collins, and J. Watts

Those mighty enquiries were the intellectual jousts and tournaments of the age of chivalry and knight errantry.

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