knightly knightly  /ˈnaɪt li/


  1. (adj) characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages
  2. (adj) being attentive to women like an ideal knight



  1. When two feudal armies clash, the impact knocks all their knightly paraphernalia to the ground.
  2. In the original versions of the knightly ideal, the wicked were the enemies of Christ, a role for which Communists qualify.



  1. "The sportive, knightly battle awakens the best human characteristics. It doesn't separate, but unites the combatants in understanding and respect. He also helps to connect the countries in the spirit of peace. That's why the Olympic Flame should...
    on Oct 18, 2007 By: Adolf Hitler Source: Mounteverest

  2. "To serve as a stunt double for actresses such as Uma Thurman, Nicole Kidman, Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightly, we've got to look seamless from every angle," says Austin. "We're fit and in shape, but even we can't completely escape bra...
    on Apr 1, 2006 By: Jane Austen Source: PR Web (press release)

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