knighthood

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A pretty degree of knighthood, sir, is that which can be bought with sugar hogsheads!

It was almost as though Henry himself had accepted a knighthood.

Long after knighthood had passed away, the struggle continued.

Industry, thrift, and shrewdness were likely to win enough to buy a knighthood.

His knighthood as a sworn chum was put in question and he was cruelly hurt.

The order of knighthood was given only after years of training and discipline.

"Then I pray you give me the order of knighthood," said Fair-hands.

Chief of warriors art thou, and stainless flower of knighthood!'

Some of the so-called lesser honours, such as knighthood, are reserved for these.

She did so, and again claimed his love; but he said he must first prove his knighthood.

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