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Chivalry, 1) knighthood, deeds and qualities of a knight: “glorious by his manly c.” Lucr. 109. “we shall see justice design the victor's c.” R2 I, 1, 203. “Christian service and true c.” II, 1, 54. “a truant to c.” H4A V, 1, 94. “we kept together in our c.” H5 IV, 6, 19. “the son of c.” H6A IV, 6, 29. the flower of Europe for “his c.” H6C II, 1, 71. “the prince of c.” Troil. I, 2, 249. “his fair worth and single c.” IV, 4, 150. “i' the vein of c.” V, 3, 32. “his device, a wreath of c.” Per. II, 2, 29.
2) the body or order of knights: “by his light did all the c. of England move,” H4B II, 3, 20. “when all her c. hath been in France,” H5 I, 2, 157.
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