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There he lived peacefully, and did homage to the king and became his liegeman and burgess.
TALES FROM THE OLD FRENCHVARIOUS
Every liegeman in the town must arm, mount, and ride this instant to Edinburgh.
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
The little Irishman was Ford's most loyal liegeman, and a word was all that was needed to put him on his mettle.
EMPIRE BUILDERSFRANCIS LYNDE
Himself, though, durst not under welter of waters wager his life as loyal liegeman.
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The93 Great Count was the younger brother and the liegeman of the Duke.
SKETCHES OF TRAVEL IN NORMANDY AND MAINEEDWARD A. FREEMAN
Brought up by his maternal grandfather Hrethel, and figuring in manhood as a devoted liegeman of his uncle Higelac.
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But Grendel's mother came to avenge her son's death and slew schere, a favorite liegeman of Hrothgar's.
NATIONAL EPICSKATE MILNER RABB
He remained liegeman for such lands as the Scottish kings had, in times past, done homage to England.
AN OUTLINE OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND (500-1707)ROBERT S. RAIT
Geoffrey was an old man; he had long held the great post of justiciar of Ireland; and he was himself the liegeman of the marshal.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLANDT.F. TOUT
For the first time now with his leader-lord the liegeman young was bidden to share the shock of battle.
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