In spite of my character of knight-errant, I reached my dear mountains without any other adventure.
And in this knight-errant it seemed to her that she had got it.
The bill passed, and then came other opportunities to test the sincerity of the present knight-errant of Popular Sovereignty.
As I live his horse is a mule—what a pity it was not some knight-errant!
So the good man was fain when he saw he was a knight-errant.
Legs and wings vanish before them like a dragon's before a knight-errant.
Nietzsche is already the knight-errant of philosophy: but his adventure is just beginning.
"You look in this moonlight pale and melancholy as a knight-errant," she said, playfully.
In short, his qualities were those of a knight-errant, not those of a statesman.
It was, in fact, exactly as a knight-errant that he behaved.