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Meaning of KNIGHT

Pronunciation:  nIt

 
Matching Terms:  knight bachelor, knight banneret, knight baro-net, knight errantry, knight marshal, knight of the square flag, knight service, knight templar, knightage, knight-errant, knight-errantry, knight-er-ratic, knighthead, knighthood, knightia, knightless, knightliness, knightly, knight's fee, knights of the lambda-calculus, knight's service

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 Definition: Seeing a knight in your dream means protection and security. The knight can be seen as a savior or someone who sweeps you off your feet, as in the "knight in shining armor".
 
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 Related Terms: advance, aggrandize, bachelor, banneret, baronet, battler, Bayard, belligerent, belted knight, bickerer, bishop, blade, bravo, brawler, broncobuster, buckaroo, bully, bullyboy, caballero, castle, cavalier, cavalryman, chessman, chevalier, circus rider, combatant, companion, competitor, contender, contestant, cowboy, cowgirl, cowpuncher, disputant, Don Quixote, duelist, elevate, enforcer, ennoble, equestrian, equestrienne, exalt, fencer, feuder, fighter, fighting cock, foilsman, gallant, gamecock, gaucho, Gawain, gladiator, goon, gorilla, graduate, hatchet man, hood, hoodlum, hooligan, horse soldier, horseback rider, horsebacker, horseman, horsewoman, jockey, jouster, kick upstairs, king, knight bachelor, knight banneret, knight baronet, knight-errant, Lancelot, man, militant, mounted policeman, pass, pawn, piece, plug-ugly, postboy, postilion, prefer, promote, puncher, quarreler, queen, raise, rider, rioter, Ritter, rival, rook, rough, roughrider, rowdy, ruffian, sabreur, scrapper, scuffler, Sidney, Sir Galahad, squabbler, steeplechaser, strong arm, strong-arm man, strong-armer, struggler, swashbuckler, sword, swordplayer, swordsman, thug, tilter, tough, trick rider, tussler, up, upgrade, vaquero, wrangler
 

 

 

 

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