Word usage examples
And in that same place was the fair lady Colombe slain, that was love unto Sir Lanceor.
And then within a little while he had slain half their horses and unhorsed them, and their horses ran in the fields and forest.
That were pity, said Sir Tristram, that so good a knight as he is should be slain so cowardly.
And there he had almost slain me, and from us he took his horse and departed, and in an evil time we met with him.
And there he told the damosels how cowardly King Mark had slain him, and Sir Bersules, his fellow.
And for that deed I appealed him of treason, and here am I slain in a righteous quarrel.
Then anon it was sprung to the king, and the queen, and to all the lords, that it was King Mark that had slain Sir Amant, and Sir Bersules afore hand.
Alas, alas, said Sir Launcelot, that I may not give thee one buffet for the love of Sir Tristram and of La Beale Isoud, and for the two knights that thou hast slain traitorly.
But for all this King Mark thought falsely, as it proved after, for he put Sir Tristram in prison, and cowardly would have slain him.
Wit ye well Sir Gawaine was wroth that Gaheris had slain his mother and let Sir Lamorak escape.