knight-errant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a wandering knight travelling in search of adventure

  • You wouldn't think the man who made his mark in Washington as the knight-errant of campaign-finance reform and whose name is rarely written without the word maverick attached .
  • 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.
  • Those with a more curious eye for the romantic characters of history recalled Alexius Comnenus, fugitive of the fourth crusade, imaginative, able 22-year-old knight-errant who .

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