At long last Amadis came to Miraflores and met with Oriana, and great was the love between them.
Amadis suffers plentifully; yet Oriana can hardly be called "cruel."
Amadis unhorsed the gigantic warrior, who yielded himself vanquished and promised to deliver himself up to Lisuarte.
Now to some of us the reading of Amadis is not "fade" at all.
Maybe that Fortune will send me that of Amadis, one of the keenest blades in the world, and the best sword that ever knight had.
Jupiter had as hard a task to conquer him as Amadis had with the Endriago.
Of the controversial part of the Amadis subject it must, as in other cases, be once more unnecessary for us to say much.
Master Amadis is a little too like butter—he melts in every sunbeam.
A stubborn combat ensued, and Amadis, by a desperate blow, struck his opponent senseless.
And he asked her to sing a song which Amadis, in sport, had made for her.