Etymology

1. feudal

adjective. ['ˈfjuːdəl'] of or relating to or characteristic of feudalism.

Etymology

  • feudalis (Latin)
  • feudum (Latin)

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Rhymes with Feudal Lord

  • unexplored
  • underscored
  • prerecord
  • untoward
  • mountford
  • montford
  • explored
  • restored
  • outscored
  • implored
  • deplored
  • axford
  • verwoerd
  • shavord
  • reward
  • revord
  • record
  • reboard
  • mccord
  • mainord
  • laborde
  • ignored
  • dubord
  • deborde
  • debord
  • beauford
  • alvord
  • abhorred
  • sward
  • stored

Sentences with feudal-lord


1. Noun Phrase
Hundreds of feudal lords battled to gain control over other fiefdoms and larger states.

2. Lord

noun. terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God.

Synonyms

  • Almighty
  • Sacred Trinity
  • Holy Trinity
  • hypostasis of Christ
  • Creator
  • Divine
  • hypostasis
  • Trinity
  • Maker
  • Blessed Trinity
  • Godhead
  • God Almighty

Antonyms

  • female
  • noncitizen
  • mistrust
  • distrust

3. lord

noun. ['ˈlɔrd'] a person who has general authority over others.

Synonyms

  • seignior
  • swayer
  • master
  • overlord
  • feudal lord
  • seigneur

Antonyms

  • employee
  • demote
  • dishonor
  • agitate

Etymology

  • lord (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. Lord

noun. a titled peer of the realm.

Synonyms

  • margrave
  • nobleman
  • peer
  • sire
  • marquis
  • thane
  • count
  • milord
  • palatine
  • burgrave
  • marquess
  • palsgrave
  • grandee
  • viscount
  • noble
  • armiger
  • baron
  • male aristocrat
  • mesne lord

Antonyms

  • Lady
  • noblewoman
  • exclude
  • lowborn

5. lord

verb. ['ˈlɔrd'] make a lord of someone.

Synonyms

  • gentle
  • entitle

Antonyms

  • heavy
  • wild
  • intense

Etymology

  • lord (Middle English (1100-1500))
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