Mordred


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Mordred

(ˈmɔːdrɛd)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a variant of Modred
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Mordred and Agravaine propose to call the guileless Arthur's attention to Guenever and Sir Launcelot.
Sir Mordred set himself at once to work to make his kingship permanent.
Then was King Arthur ware where Sir Mordred leaned upon his sword among a great heap of dead men.
Along comes Arthur's nasty illegitimate son, Mordred, who covets the throne.
King Arthur, Prince Mordred, and other legendary figures rise from Slumber and otherwise return to the world.
Trimble's NASA spacecraft travels faster than the speed of light, landing him and the android near King Arthur's Camelot, where - with the aid of their 20th Century technology - they must defeat a plot by the evil Sir Mordred and Merlin to oust King Arthur from the throne.
Rebellion and usurpation and adultery and incest afflict both the Davidic and Arthurian kingdoms"; Arthur in his attempt to destroy Mordred reincarnates Herod seeking the infant Jesus (120, 131).
Meanwhile, Cullen's Cardiff-based theatre company Undeb, which he set up with fellow actor Alex Vlahos - last seen on our screens as Mordred in Merlin - has won a prestigious Fringe First award at the Edinburgh Festival for the play Gardening: For The Unfulfilled And Alienated.
HE WAS the bad boy of Saturday night TV who cast a spell on audiences thanks to his starring role as the evil Mordred in Merlin.
The first of two Stayers' qualifiers saw an all-the-way success for Kim Billingham's Mordred Saul (39.
55pm) Morgana prepares to wage war on Camelot with Mordred at her side, while Merlin finds the burden of his destiny weighing heavily as the ancient prophecies play out with unnerving accuracy.