(1) This noble, chivalrous gesture must have seemed like sacrilege or blasphemy to them, and they were probably afraid of the spirits of the dead.(2) The western ideal of chivalrous behaviour in warriors, now extensive to all soldiers, continues to be honoured centuries after the disappearance of the armoured knight.(3) The frontier lands became an area where chivalrous knights could show their prowess and their achievements be recorded in ballads.(4) Arthur unites the disorganized tribes of Britain into a kingdom ruled by chivalrous , noble knights.(5) I'll bear no less than my husband, and he is so chivalrous I doubt that I'll bear as much.(6) Not that Loki didn't like girls or anything, he just went about his ways as a chivalrous knight in shining armor would, staring at them from a distance.(7) A chivalrous chap, Randall gives the girl a shoulder to cry on, although Hopkirk feels that his corporeal colleague is being perhaps a little too attentive.(8) His son appeared as ├ö├ç├┐this most gallant man and chivalrous prince├ö├ç├û who, at his death in 1376, a year before Edward III himself died, ├ö├ç├┐was deeply mourned for his noble qualities├ö├ç├û.(9) His destiny, he believed, was to be a great historical novelist chronicling chivalrous knights and glorious deeds, and from that viewpoint Holmes was a liability, and his popularity exasperating.(10) In martial-arts films, audiences like to identify with chivalrous knights, swordsmen, or heroic fighters of the past - but only if their values and wisecracks are tuned to the modern world.(11) He was an elf of great bearing, every bit the chivalrous knight and mentor.(12) A chivalrous guy who is tall, dark and handsome (yes, the good old TDH) stands tall in his social circle.(13) That doesn't means you can't be brave, strong and chivalrous .(14) Arranged in formation on a bulletin board or wall, these knights in shining armor make an impressive display of brave and chivalrous warriors ready to defend the honor of any art room or hallway!(15) The Romantics therefore studied the Middle Ages, the Christian civilization par excellence, with its Gothic cathedrals, chivalrous knights, and popular faith.(16) That man worried him; he was too chivalrous for his own good, too careless for his chivalry.