Definition of knight-errantry in US English:

knight-errantry

noun

  • See knight errant

    • ‘Together with his absurd cowardly squire Crabshaw, and his horse Bronzomarte, the half-mad Launcelot undertakes a quixotic life of knight-errantry, warring against the enemies of virtue and reason.’

Pronunciation

knight-errantry

/ˈnīt ˈerəntrē/