a Masonic order in the U.S. claiming descent from the medieval order of Templars.
a plural of Knight Templar.
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How to use Knights Templars in a sentence
The attendants at table, moreover, are still called paniers, as in the days of the Knights Templars.The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple | Charles G. Addison
There she saw a number of Knights Templars sitting round a table, gambling.The Science of Fairy Tales | Edwin Sidney Hartland
The Temple is so called because it was once the home of the Knights Templars.History of the Plague in London | Daniel Defoe
It was such laxity that was the ostensible reason for the fall of the Knights Templars.Parzival (vol. 2 of 2) | Wolfram von Eschenback
The Knights Templars by degrees became a half-monastic and half-military order, attracting all the spirited youths of Europe.Curiosities of Christian History | Croake James