"knave" is a noun.
The churlish knave was banished from the kingdom. You sir, are a knave and a scoundrel!
A knave is someone who is not honest. A knave is also known as the jack in a deck of playing cards.
A knave is a dishonest man. Example sentences: Surrender your sword or my archers will skewer you, knave! That sneaky knave is hiding somewhere in this very nave.
A knave means a dishonest man. Example sentence: He is not only a fool, but also a knave.
The definition of "knave" is "a dishonest or unscrupulous man". It would therefore be very rude to call someone a "knave". However "knave" is also the name given to one of the face cards in a pack of cards eg "the knave of spades" . So using the word "knave" to describe this card is perfectly OK.
Barry Hines wrote A Kestrel for a Knave.
A Kestrel for a Knave has 160 pages.
Yes, the Knave does.
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A knave is a dishonest person, like a scoundrel or a rascal
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Frankly? "It would be unlikely to find knave and memorandum in the same sentence."
You, sir, are a scurvy and pestilent knave, a tu'penny ha'penny rascal and a cheating rogue.
The Knave of Hearts - 1919 is rated/received certificates of: UK:A
The Knave of Diamonds - 1921 is rated/received certificates of: UK:A
A knight is...well a knight but a knave is a male servant. Two totally different things.
The Knave of Clubs - 1914 was released on: USA: 31 March 1914
In Tim Burton's 2010 movie the Knave of Hearts' name is Ilosovic Stayne. He is played by Crispin Glover.In the original book he has no name and is just called the Knave of Hearts.