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The medieval era took the model of masculinity back towards basic, chivalric, Christian values, before the likes of Byron and Brummell shattered these ideas with the rise of the dandy.
The spectacular (and huge) St. George’s Hall is decorated with the colorful emblems of the knights of the chivalric Order of the Garter.
Affection for my wry, sweet-tempered father, meanwhile, left me immune to much of J.F.K.’s chivalric glamour.
Film How Hollywood Keeps Telling the Legend of King Arthur—David Sims traces cinema’s attempts to find something new in the ancient British tales of chivalric heroism.
Yvain’s efforts to become worthy of Laudine, with the help of her sorceress servant, Lunette, are guided, and often misguided, by chivalric code.
In 1769, the prince of nearby Baden named him to the chivalric Order of Fidelity.
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Definition of chivalric for English Language Learners
: of or relating to the knights who fought in the Middle Ages
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