noun, plural knights bannerets.
Origin of knight banneret
Examples from the Web for knight banneret
It was probably owing to his great wealth that his son was made a knight-banneret, and his grandson became Earl of Suffolk.Yorkshire Painted And Described|Gordon Home
Ceremonies on his becoming a knight-banneret, ib.His remarkable generousness, 52.
Some fortune was, however, always thought necessary for the support of the dignity of knight-banneret.
According to Le Bel, Douglas had with him the knight-banneret and six others of the most distinguished men of his country.The Bruce|John Barbour