Examples from the Web for guinevere
When Queen Guinevere had seen his wondrous feats, she held him in great favor, and smiled more on him than on any other knight.
Mr. Opp rushed across the road, a letter in each hand, to share the news with Guinevere.Mr. Opp|Alice Hegan Rice
Thus it was that Queen Guinevere went a-maying, and so have I told you all about it so that you might know how it was.The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions|Howard Pyle
But for that, a Guinevere and Vivien rolled into one, plus Messalina!The Martian|George Du Maurier
In the idyl of Guinevere Tennyson's genius reached its high-water mark.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers
British Dictionary definitions for guinevere
Guenevere (ˈɡwɛnɪˌvɪə) or Guinever (ˈɡwɪnɪvə)
Word Origin and History for guinevere
fem. proper name, from Welsh Gwenhwyvar, literally "white-cheeked."
Culture definitions for guinevere
The wife of King Arthur (see also King Arthur). In some versions of the legends of Arthur, she has a love affair with Sir Lancelot that leads to the end of the reign of Arthur and the fellowship of the Round Table.