There seemed something about it unknightly, unkind and cowardly, almost base.
But there is nothing more hateful to me than his unknightly sloth!
Or is it, rather, because you have committed an unknightly action?
When I looked up I am afraid that there was most unknightly water in my eyes.
Sir Knight, why didst thou strike my companion so unknightly a blow as that?
He was of knightly blood, but has died in a most unknightly business.
unknightly, un-nīt′li, adj. contrary to the rules of chivalry, unbecoming a knight.
This Garlon has an unknightly way of killing men by viewless blows from the rear.
She took the fancy of some amorous profligate; she resisted his unknightly attentions; she was done to death.
If it were not for the shame of an unknightly act I would deal you here the meed you have earned.