Antonyms for lieges

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The drum was immediately beat to summon the lieges to defend the town.

That is to say, they have power over the lives, but not over the property of the lieges.

But you are my lieges and I would not lose the service of my men.

There were still remaining many other Lieges in the interior.

Where is the royal commission, under which the lieges are to be convocated in arms?

The government at home would be glad to hear something of the quality of its lieges in this distant quarter.

Footnote 179: On the 12th, he had issued a proclamation from Hereford for his lieges to meet him there forthwith.

They grossly insulted respectable women and girls, and in various other ways annoyed and terrified the lieges.

William returned to Normandy, summoned his lieges, and took the field promptly.

At Arras, a Scot showed her a portrait of her which he wore, an outward sign of the devoted worship of her lieges.