feudatory

[ fyoo-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF feudatory

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He will be, as of old, a feudatory of an avaricious Native monarch.

They will become the feudatory vassals of the paramount States!

His position with regard to the Persian kings was that of a feudatory.

The King of Aragon held his kingdom as feudatory to the pope.

Although a feudatory of the Holy See, he was not a Roman, and he was a prince.

The Jew, often acquiring wealth in commerce, might become valuable property of some feudatory lord.

No credible reason is historically assigned for the action of the Japanese feudatory.

The feudatory knights had disagreements among themselves, and carried on petty war against each other.

When the king or a feudatory lord captured a prisoner for the first time, his success was made the occasion of much rejoicing.

Twice a year his barons came to his court, as feudatory judges, the first faint beginnings of the Échiquier de Normandie.

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lady of the house

nounwoman head of household
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