They had even ripped up his destrier, so that presently he had to mount another.
He got him to his feet, and bringing the destrier to his master, set the knight thereon.
It would have been a pleasant one had not Heriot and destrier pretended all sorts of things about our previous acquaintance.
He bade his squire to saddle his destrier, and rode to the palace, to have speech with the lady.
He caught the destrier by the bridle, and led him before the stricken man.
The destrier was newly saddled and bridled, and showed proudly in his rich gay trappings.
A steed led by the squire in dester was the destrier or dextrarius, or war-horse.
His destrier, when he escaped him from the perilous river, grieved greatly for his master's loss.
This squire held the bridle of a destrier in his hand, though no man rode thereon.
The horse became a trusted friend, and a champion's destrier was often as celebrated as himself.