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Noun
A master, ruler or leader of a land or group
“My master, the great Scholar Li K'ai-men heard these words from his lord and master, His Majesty, the Emperor Kao.”
Noun
A male member of the nobility
“The noble lord had gone to bed drunk, woken up an hour later, still drunk, and had convinced himself that it was breakfast time.”
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A person who leads or manages a group or place
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“From relatively humble beginnings, John Gostwick appointed himself lord of the manor at Willington.”
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A person of high rank, status, power, or influence
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“An underachieving vocal mentor is inspired by her dad, the lord of film trailer voice-overs, to seek after her yearnings of turning into a voiceover star.”
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One possessing mastery or influence in a field or group
“Michael Flatley has tapped and jumped from Lord of the dance to Lord of the big screen.”
Noun
A deity or supreme being
“The faithful worshippers assemble in the marble precincts, praying to their lord for deliverance.”
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A person in attendance at a royal court
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(in the Middle Ages) A man who serves his sovereign or lord as a mounted soldier in armor
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Someone who has won a battle or has defeated someone in combat
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Sixpence or hog
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The proprietor of a land or building
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A respectful term of address to any male, especially if his name or proper title is unknown
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A person who institutes or establishes something
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A married man considered in relation to his spouse
Verb
To invest with the dignity, power, and privileges of a lord
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“He being thus lorded, not only with what my revenue yielded, but what my power might else exact.”
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To behave in a very confident, arrogant, or self-important way
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To rule over or control arbitrarily or arrogantly
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Verb
(archaic) To make someone a member of the nobility
Interjection
Used to express surprise, shock or amazement
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