[ UK /lˈɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɔɹd/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɔɹd/ ]
- make a lord of someone
- a person who has general authority over others
How To Use lord In A Sentence
- Let's go inside and drink coffee while we wait - likely the lords will keep us waiting all day before they blather their way to a decision. THE BROKEN GOD
- Yet at the end of this period, as at the beginning, the influence of lordship in society was pervasive.
- Not lords nor proletariats nor bishops nor husbands nor co-respondents nor virgins nor adultresses nor uncles nor noses. Touch and Go
- Now that I think about it, direct property distraint was a recognized means of compelling welchers to fulfill their obligations in the quasi-anarchic Brehon laws of Celtic Ireland, even if it was a case of tenants or debtors going after landlords or creditors. Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #30
- A group of soldiers loyal to their warlord came over the hills, looking for a common criminal.
- burse" (Lat. _bursa_, Gr. [Greek: borsa], bag of skin) is particularly used of the embroidered purse which is one of the insignia of office of the lord high chancellor of England, and of the pouch which in the Roman Church contains the "corporal" in the service of the Mass. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"
- Glory to our Lord! Verily we have been doing wrong!
- This day wilt thou either bring back in triumph the gory head and spoils of Aeneas, and we will avenge Lausus 'agonies; or if no force opens a way, thou wilt die with me: for I deem not, bravest, thou wilt deign to bear an alien rule and a Teucrian lord.' The Aeneid of Virgil
- Oh, only a young lord who has lived his whole life as a ne'er-do-well. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
- Leaving London they went to Paris, where they passed a few days, but soon grew weary of the place; and Lord Chetwynde, feeling a kind of languor, which seemed to him like a premonition of disease, he decided to go to Germany. The Cryptogram A Novel