Thesaurus / man-at-arms

opposites of man-at-arms

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This man-at-arms, by name Barthélemy de Clefmont, barely twenty years of age, was well skilled in deeds of war.
"I was sure that Robin Hood would be among them," he said to the man-at-arms at his side.
STORIES OF ROBIN HOODBERTHA E. BUSH
Every man-at-arms had with him three horses, mounted by a squire and two valets (four men going to the lance in France).
As a man-at-arms he should have ridden behind the count, but force of habit made him careless and Valbroso paid no heed.
THE HOUR OF THE DRAGONROBERT E. HOWARD
"You say sooth," said Johnston, turning his seamed and grizzled face upon the man-at-arms.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
“If he were a man-at-arms he would have something worth hearing to tell,” retorted Jacques.
JOAN OF ARCLUCY FOSTER MADISON
The reader therefore will not learn from me the feats of many a man-at-arms in these subjects.
The man-at-arms in the days of Border-war was a more formidable obstacle to progress than a wilderness of spectres.
OLD ROADS AND NEW ROADSWILLIAM BODHAM DONNE
He was truly a man-at-arms worthy to follow at the heels of a valiant cavalier.
CALAVARROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD
But even the man-at-arms who loved him did not recognize Robin Hood today.
STORIES OF ROBIN HOODBERTHA E. BUSH

WORDS RELATED TO MAN-AT-ARMS

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.