A man of high rank in a feudal society or in one that retains feudal forms and institutions, especially:(noun)
A territorial magnate.(noun)
The proprietor of a manor.(noun)
The House of Lords.(noun)
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Use "lord" in a sentence
"* The word _amakhû_ is applied to an individual who has freely entered the service of king or baron, and taken him for his lord: _amakhû khir nibuf_ means _vassal of his lord_."
"DUKE _ (My lord_), a duke's servant, who assumes the airs and title of his master, and is addressed as "Your grace," or "My lord duke.""
"I. i.241 (284,9) That I had no angry wit to be a lord] [W: so hungry a wit] The meaning may be, I should hate myself for _patiently enduring to be a lord_."