Trenmor is the sort of exaggeration of childe Harold which a lively but rather vulgar mind might conceive.
The childe and his brother archers were, it need not be said, early on the ground.
Tell him to bring with him the squire childe Horn, for I am lying ill in my room, and would be amused.
And she said, "It may well be so," but she said it so low that the childe heard her not.
He did indeed prove himself to be a great stylist in more than one poem, such as childe Roland—which he wrote almost at a sitting.
She looked up the place in "childe Harold," but Byron had not been there.
For some time after the publication of childe Harold, the noble author appeared to more advantage than I ever afterwards saw him.
This was at the time when he wrote the second canto of "childe Harold."
Some say that their competitors in the race for childe's body were the monks of Buckland, not the folk of Tavistock.
Byron in childe Harold sings: "There is a pleasure in the pathless woods."