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synonyms for paladin

  • champion
  • hero
  • knight
  • supporter
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Samara is this universe’s approximation of a paladin, a Justicar.
EVERY ‘MASS EFFECT’ SQUADMATE, RANKED FROM A STORYTELLING PERSPECTIVEJHAAN ELKERJUNE 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He was a swaggerer and behaved as badly as any paladin, but he was not a buffo.
CASTELLINARIAHENRY FESTING JONES
Faith, a paladin, a deliverer of oppressed damsels, a very carnival masquerader!
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
Paladin, pal′a-din, n. one of the twelve peers of Charlemagne's household: a knight-errant, or paragon of knighthood.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
The reply of Chaumont was worthy of a paladin of Ancient France.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; SELF-REVEALED, VOLUME I (OF 2)WILIAM CABELL BRUCE
I thought I was looking at the deeds of some modern Paladin, but now it is all accounted for.
THE CORNET OF HORSEG. A. HENTY
"Best ask the old paladin who is the head of the embassy, King Ethelbert," I said presently.
A KING'S COMRADECHARLES WHISTLER
"But for his man here the paladin had gone home on a litter, feet foremost, for certain," said the Mercian.
A KING'S COMRADECHARLES WHISTLER
With nothing of the air of a paladin he brought into the courts a flavour of classic calm and courtesy.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
James was not a king to let his followers turn his bridle-rein; he fought on foot, like a Paladin, and died with honour.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN THE BORDERANDREW LANG
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