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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaladinpal‧a‧din /ˈpælədɪn/ noun [countable]  SHa knight (=a soldier of high rank) in the Middle Ages who was very brave and loyal
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paladina pro-choice paladinIn short, he is all that a medieval paladin might be expected to be.He was one of the very few left of the Bruce's close company, even if no paladin.Most income came from the hiring out of paladins as mercenaries in territorial disputes.As the paladin approached, however, the woman appeared undeniably solid and real.