Examples of knighthood in a Sentence
The Queen awarded a knighthood to the famous actor.
For their bravery, they were rewarded with knighthood.
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In December 2001, he was presented with an honorary knighthood by the British Empire for his international civic and religious contributions.
Elizabeth would bestow an honorary knighthood upon him in 2001.
The various awards from MBE, to knighthood, to OB, to CB.
Nunes is the recipient of a knighthood from Portugal, the Order of Prince Henry the Navigator.
He was also presented with an honorary knighthood in the UK by Prince Charles in 2016 for his services to British theater and international culture.
A few years later, Weinstein, who had produced a series of British-themed movies, was made a Commander of the British Empire, an honorary title just short of knighthood.
His love for the club has called for a knighthood to be award following his immeasurable work to helping the families affected by the events at Hillsborough in 1989, which claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool fans.
In Mr Johnson’s defence Jacob Rees-Mogg, a backbench Tory, suggested that he should be given a knighthood.
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