Er'rant·ry noun 1.
A wandering; a roving; esp., a roving in quest of adventures. Addison. 2.
The employment of a knight-errant. Johnson.
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• (n.) The employment of a knight-errant. • (n.) A wandering; a roving; esp., a roving in quest of adventures.
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errantry 1. The condition of traveling or roving about, especially in search of adventure. 2. The wandering, romantic, and adventurous life of a knight errant.
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Errantry is a three-page long poem by J.R.R. Tolkien, first published in 1933. It was included in Tolkien`s short poetry collection The Adventures of Tom Bombadil (1962). Tolkien invented the meter, which consists of trisyllabic assonances, three in each set of four lines. The second and fourth line in every quartet rhyme, as do the end of the fi.
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