Bedivere



Sir Arthurian Legend. the knight who brought the dying King Arthur to the barge in which the three queens bore him to the Isle of Avalon.
Historical Examples

So Sir Bedivere came again unto the King, and told him what he saw.
The Book of Romance Various

So Sir Bedivere came again to the King, and told him what he saw.
Stories of King Arthur and His Knights U. Waldo Cutler

Sir Bedivere’s heart misgave him twice ere he could obey the dying commands of King Arthur, and fling away so precious a relic.
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 107, September, 1866 Various

Sir Bedivere took the sword and went out from the ruined chapel.
King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

Then Sir Bedivere took the king up in his arms, and bore him to the water’s edge.
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table Unknown

When Sir Bedivere went back to Arthur, the king knew that he had been obeyed.
King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

The night before the battle, Sir Bedivere heard the king praying.
King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

They had come to take him away, Sir Bedivere did not know where.
King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

Then Arthur, with Sir Bedivere by his side, looked over the field of battle.
King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

He had stumbled upon the hermitage in which Sir Bedivere was living.
Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages Edward Lewes Cutts

noun
Sir Bedivere, (in Arthurian legend) a knight who took the dying King Arthur to the barge in which he was carried to Avalon

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