knight-errant knight-errant

Definition(s):

  • (n) a wandering knight travelling in search of adventure

Usage(s):

  1. Now the knight-errant of the royal game, rated a solid 5-to-2 favorite by British bookmakers, has at last won his audience with the king.
  2. The Florida-based knight-errant exhibited signs of age in his last few outings.
  3. The knight-errant campaign of Eugene McCarthy was, his enemies said, something of a Children's Crusade.

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Quotes

  • "I've got a young bloody knight-errant here," Aneurin Bevan told Beaverbrook by way of recommendation.
    on Mar 3, 2010 By: Aneurin Bevan Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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