Knight [noun]

Definition of Knight:

noble person

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Sentence/Example of Knight:

I appreciated how much Knight wrote about the early days of Nike and what a struggle it was to get the business off the ground.

At UCSD, researchers are planning to dramatically expand the sewage testing program as students return to campus, said microbiologist Knight.

All of these knights were expected to form the armored fist of the periodic Crusades, often supported by non-knightly armored and mounted sergeants.

For example, when it came to military obligation, a knight could be called for an unlimited period to serve in the military.

The worthy knight not being now alive to veto the project, a figure of him has been placed opposite the College in Edmund Street.

That brave knight was my great, great grandfather, and he has often sat in this very chair in which I am sitting now.

The handsome person and gallant bearing of the youthful knight excited general sympathy and regret.

But to a Knight of Industry, as he knew the Count to be, a certain thousand pounds would be a great temptation.

According to Froissart, he was 'esteemed the bravest and most enterprising knight in the two kingdoms.'

The knight's lay falls into two stanzas, one of five, and one of six lines, as marked.