knight-errantry

knight-errantry

[nahyt-er-uhn-tree]
noun, plural knight-errantries.
1.
the behavior, vocation, or character of a knight-errant.
2.
quixotic conduct or action.

Origin:
1645–55; knight-errant + -ry

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