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Definition of "feodal" [feod•al]

  • Archaic form of feudal. (adjective)

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Use "feodal" in a sentence
  • "We must probably reject the suggested derivation of the word "feodal" from the"
  • "He passed for a promising, reliable young man un peu feodal dans ses opinions, as"
  • "* At Anet, a bronze stag, placed as a fountain in a large piece of water, was on the point of being demolished, because stags are beasts of chace, and hunting is a feodal privilege, and stags of course emblems of feodality."