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See definition of lieges on Dictionary.com
  • as insubject
  • as inlord
  • as invassal

synonyms for lieges

  • case
  • patient
  • client
  • customer
  • dependent
  • liege
  • national
  • serf
  • subordinate
  • vassal
  • guinea pig
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antonyms for lieges

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  • manager
  • owner
  • master
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How to use lieges in a sentence

A liege lord was a free lord; in course of time his subjects were called lieges, no doubt from confusion with Lat.
CHAUCER'S WORKS, VOLUME 6 (OF 7) -- INTRODUCTION, GLOSSARY, AND INDEXESGEOFFREY CHAUCER
A Sarrasin pirate even now lords it in Guernsey, and kills very many of thy lieges.
THE FALL OF THE GRAND SARRASINWILLIAM J. FERRAR
So he rode alone, three hundred yards from his lieges, reasoning out how he could preserve his honour and yet yield.
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF RICHARD YEA-AND-NAYMAURICE HEWLETT
It was not only by calling at Yuste that the noble lieges of the emperor testified their homage.
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 3, NO. 3, JUNE, 1851VARIOUS
I have been too long slighted and set at naught by my lieges and vassals, and I would know what of it?
THE LAST OF THE VIKINGSJOHN BOWLING
Could it ever come to pass that the lieges of the kingdom would bow the knee in proper respect before so puny a sovereign?
FRAMLEY PARSONAGEANTHONY TROLLOPE
On this occasion the Observer gave the lieges appropriate pictures of the august ceremony.
THE PICTORIAL PRESSMASON JACKSON
I do; she seems to be an object of general attention among the worthy lieges of the place.
THE RED ROVERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
You have wantonly provoked and insulted those inoffensive lieges for some months, and your punishment will assuredly be condign.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL. V, NO. XXIX., OCTOBER, 1852VARIOUS
The subjects of the Latin kingdom were divided into the three classes of lieges, burgesses, and vilains.
TENT WORK IN PALESTINECLAUDE REIGNIER CONDER
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