Thesaurus / knight errant

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Indeed, he was to my eyes a strange and delightful mixture of knight errant, of guardian saint, of commissionaire and hero.

Marie TarnowskaAnnie Vivanti

Fortunately, a kind of Knight Errant to our family appeared just in the nick of time to take us home and send help to the wreck.

The Smiling Hill-TopJulia M. Sloane

The younger Mstislaf was a knight errant, riding hither and thither in search of adventures.

The Chautauquan, Vol. III, February 1883The Chautauquan Literary and Scientific Circle

The Duke de Guise might indeed be very aptly compared to a mythological entity, or to a knight errant of the age of chivalry.

And all aloud she called Launcelot, for that he seemed a knight errant.

I was wishing some knight errant would happen along to stop Firefly; but I never imagined you in that rôle.

Rodney, the RangerJohn V. Lane

"He's my Knight Errant, and he's taken such good care of me," explained Dorothy eagerly.

Thus prepared, I thought as well of myself, as any knight errant that ever handled a sword and spear.

She asked Sancho Panza, trembling with excitement, what a knight errant was.

The Story of Don QuixoteArvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

In such a forest a king and all his court might lose themselves hunting or a knight errant might perish with no companion but God.

Alarms and DiscursionsG. K. Chesterton

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