baronial

[ buh-roh-nee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF baronial
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It is known, however, that he lived in baronial style in his new town.

May it not be the baronial castle of "old Leather Breeches" himself?

Such was the home which this noble man had cheerfully accepted in exchange for the baronial splendors of his ancestors.

He too worships fire; most faithful, broad, baronial vassal of the sun!

The alternatives were, rather, strong monarchy and baronial anarchy.

He could hardly perform his own Baronial part for admiration.

Viewed from a distance, they seemed to be a baronial stronghold.

Wood for the rafters of the hall was cut from the baronial forest.

The baronial castle near it has all the appearance of a feudal fortress.

Baronial and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland, the, 217.

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