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  • As to the art of war, and all knightly exercises, she left those to her husband. Cited from The Red Book of Heroes, by Leonora Blanche Lang
  • He had sworn upon all knightly honour to save her neck. Cited from The Forest Lovers, by Maurice Hewlett
  • Under the new system she became the arbiter of all knightly disputes, the queen to whom all obedience was due. Cited from Woman's Work in Music, by Arthur Elson
  • I have said that I was a proficient in all knightly exercises, so that every one approached to see us dance. Cited from Sidonia The Sorceress V1, by William Mienhold
  • With this girl Aucassin is so deeply in love that he forgets all knightly duties. Cited from The Renaissance, by Walter Pater
  • He rode in stately manner straight up the hall till he came to the king, and there saluted him with all knightly courtesy. Cited from The Canterbury Pilgrims, by M. Sturt and E. C. Oakden
  • He was my teacher in all knightly doings, and in all kingly thoughts, such as I pray may be with me through life. Cited from The Prince and the Page, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • In all knightly accomplishments he was the master -- always and everywhere the undisputed victor and hero. Cited from Queen Hortense, by L. Muhlbach
  • In Rudeger would die the father of all knightly virtues. Cited from The Nibelungenlied
  • Those about him still supposed him to be the son of the king, though Alfonso, while furnishing him with all knightly arms and needs, neither acknowledged nor treated him as his son. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 7, by Charles Morris
  • At their court, the young Gonsalvo soon attracted attention by the uncommon beauty of his person, his polished manners, and proficiency in all knightly exercises. Cited from History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella V2
  • And there for seven years he learned the language of the land, and all knightly exercises and gentle crafts, and especially was he foremost in music and in hunting, and was a harper beyond all others. Cited from The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights, by James Knowles
  • He was small of stature, but well formed; athletic in all knightly exercises, with agreeable features, a dark laughing eye, close-clipped brown hair, and a peaked beard. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1566a by Motley
  • Sir Walter Somers had, he found, been treated with all knightly courtesy, and believing him to be an honourable knight and true to his word, but slight watch had been kept over him. Cited from Saint George for England, by G. A. Henty
  • At these Zbyszko looked with admiration, promising himself that if he escaped death for the insult to Lichtenstein, he would try to rival them in gallantry and in all knightly virtues. Cited from The Knights of the Cross, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • Often had he heard of Sir Nigel's prowess and skill with all knightly weapons, but all the tales that had reached his ears fell far short of the real quickness and coolness of the man. Cited from The White Company, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Tristan is the paragon of all knightly accomplishments, the most versatile figure in the entire literature of chivalry; while Isolde is an Irish princess. Cited from The Glories of Ireland, Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  • Hildebrand taught Theodoric all knightly exercises; together they ever rode to war, and the friendship which grew up between them was strong as that which knit the soul of David to the soul of Jonathan. Cited from Theodoric the Goth, by Thomas Hodgkin
  • There Tristram learnt all knightly exercises, so that there was none could equal him as harper or hunter; and after seven years, being by then a youth of nineteen, he returned to his own land of Liones. Cited from Stories from Le Morte D'Arthur and the Mabinogion, by Beatrice Clay
  • Against his nephew, educated in all knightly accomplishment by his mother, Elizabeth of Bavaria, nothing could be alleged by his enemies, even when resolved on his death, but the splendour of his spirit and the brightness of his youth. Cited from Val d'Arno, by John Ruskin
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