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

Descriptive words:
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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