Chivalric in a sentence as an adjective

> ...sadly lost in today's culture - we're in a post-chivalric era alas.

Cervantes was decrying the state of literature and the huge amount of poor, samey chivalric books in 1605.

I think a lot of the values it presents are sadly lost in today's culture - we're in a post-chivalric era alas.

Anyone interested in this should check out Froissart's Chronicles [0], written at the height of chivalric culture.

As with many "ancient" traditions, a lot of chivalric code stuff was invented by Victorians.

Surprised there's no discussion of the importance of chivalric values in the French military.

It colored the chivalric literature that came afterwards but even then the epic form remained the framework of reference.

People are behaving as if Coronavirus spares them while they purchase necessities, as if it operates by some chivalric standard of warfare.

It makes him a member of the Order of the British Empire, a chivalric order for civilians and military who are rewarded for their contributions to society.

The practice of protecting civilians of a foreign nation is really a western one rooted in chivalric code of conduct and to be fair, wasn't expected practice until fairly recently.

From wikipedia> Space opera is a subgenre of science fiction that emphasizes space warfare, melodramatic adventure, interplanetary battles, chivalric romance, and risk-taking> A science fantasy is a cross-genre within the umbrella of speculative fiction which simultaneously draws upon and/or combines tropes and elements from both science fiction and fantasyStar Wars is 100% science fiction.

Chivalric definitions


characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages; "chivalric rites"; "the knightly years"

See also: knightly medieval