overlordship

NOUN
  1. the position of overlord
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How To Use overlordship In A Sentence

  • Even his description of Oswiu's overlordship in Britain may convey an inflated impression of military activity under Oswiu.
  • These overlordships might then be held together by the same means.
  • Even his description of Oswiu's overlordship in Britain may convey an inflated impression of military activity under Oswiu.
  • His overlordship sprouted a swiftly waxing arrogance that denied any superior.
  • America's strategy to seek for "overlordship" is meant to be realized by restraining China and controlling the Asian_Pacific area.
  • It is possible that the Senoussi tribe will emerge from Benghazi's chaos and reassert its historic overlordship of eastern Libya.
  • So far as the Norman kings were concerned it could only be a question of overlordship, of reprisals against Scottish and Welsh raids, and, perhaps, the exaction of tribute from subordinate kings.
  • In the Arab world it is the West's awkward allies that are falling, and the people there have long resented Western overlordship.
  • In the mid-1960s, Czechoslovakia experienced a sudden liberalisation of the arts despite Soviet overlordship.
  • He needn't; in this freakish expression of our overlordship, we already are. Wildlife Without Life
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