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Things knighthood often describes (“knighthood ________”)
fiction, estates

How knighthood often is described (“________ knighthood”)
true, medieval, new, honorary, british, feudal, spiritual, french, perfect, religious, hereditary, secular, noble, compulsory, european, german, ancient, mediaeval, simple, female, papal, english, military, polish, modern, fair, worshipful, chivalric, conferred, arthurian, customary, christian, chivalrous, mere, western, ideal, disciplined, recent, romantic, japanese, spanish, idle, cumbrian, earthly, earned, worldly, swedish, eventual, errant, honourable, celestial, deserved, universal, contemporary, gentle, imperial, honorable, portuguese, sweet, worthier, brave, belated, antique, literary, truest, italian, worthy, monastic, gallant, ecclesiastical, aristocratic, proffered, heroic, intellectual, imperishable, century, royal, wild, adventurous, austrian

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See knighthood used in context: 2 rhymes, 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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