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There is 1 meaning of the phrase Gentleman-At-Arms.

Gentleman-At-Arms - as a noun

One of 40 gentlemen who attend the british sovereign on state occasions

Example Sentences

"The gentleman-at-arms escorted the queen into the palace. "
"The gentleman-at-arms was responsible for the safety of the nobles. "
"The gentleman-at-arms carried a sword and wore an ornate uniform. "
"In medieval times, a gentleman-at-arms was a highly respected position. "
"The gentleman-at-arms protected the king during his travels. "
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