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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.
The reply of Chaumont was worthy of a paladin of Ancient France.
I thought I was looking at the deeds of some modern Paladin, but now it is all accounted for.
"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.
A paladin on horseback, saluting with a certain melancholy dignity—a figure of romance.
THE LIFE OF MRS. HUMPHRY WARDJANET PENROSE TREVELYAN

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