Thesaurus / suzerainty
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The main difference was that the Bosnian soldiers discarded the fez which they wore as the symbol of Ottoman suzerainty.

He induces his neighbor's vassals to desert to154 the better protection of his suzerainty.

Life on a Mediaeval BaronyWilliam Stearns Davis

Their chief aim was to remove the suzerainty of the Senate over them.

With such a chieftain might one well treat if one had a mind to maintain the suzerainty of one's soul.

The PrecipiceElia Wilkinson Peattie

He may have anything, if only Scanderbeg can be put out of the way, and the country be under our suzerainty.

Rome reserved only the right to appoint a "Principal" over Gaul, the suzerainty over which she was to retain.

He put to death nearly the whole of the Haihayas, and made the others acknowledge his suzerainty.

He may, though not at all probably, have dangled before him the crown of Scotland under English suzerainty.

Sir William WallaceA. F. Murison

It was more probable that they would, from the very first, endeavour to throw off the suzerainty of Nineveh.

At all ceremonious functions the banners were ever near the persons of their sovereigns as a sign of suzerainty.

WORDS RELATED TO SUZERAINTY

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