knight errant

[ nahyt-er-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF knight errant
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Who knows, my knight errant, what adventures may await you and what fortunes?

I hear your knight errant is travelled on strange adventures.

But perhaps you consider yourself the knight errant of all girls.

He will feel like a knight errant who stakes all his pride on winning.

I have called the special correspondent the knight errant of the newspaper.

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

"Dear Knight Errant," he read, in the same desperate handwriting.

He determined therefore that he would leave his country, and seek adventure as a knight errant, beyond the sea.

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

He had a touch of the knight errant in his daily life, although he would never have admitted it; but it was there.

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