chivalric chivalric


  • (adj) characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages



  1. That night, De Castries summoned his staff to Junon, his command post, for one last chivalric rite of battle: he decorated Lieut.
  2. Fans of the Western will say that trope simply proves the purity of the form: that it's a fable, a parable, a chivalric test of manhood.
  3. This project promised to be the crowning achievement of a Chicago kid steeped in the lore and chivalric code of the bad guy.


  • UGA bee scientist inducted into British chivalric order

    Long past are the days in which British royalty knighted nobles for their services in battles. Recently, though, a British ambassador inducted a University of Georgia professor into a chivalric order for his struggle to halt the demise of bees.
    on March 13, 2014     Source: Athens Banner-Herald

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