[lawrd-lee] /ˈlɔrd li/
adjective, lordlier, lordliest.
suitable for a lord, as trappings or ceremonies; grand or magnificent.
insolently imperious; haughty; arrogant; overbearing:
of or relating to a lord.
having the character or attributes of a lord.
befitting a lord, as actions:
Also, lordlily. in the manner of a lord.
adjective -lier, -liest
haughty; arrogant; proud
of or befitting a lord
(archaic) in the manner of a lord
14c., from Old English hlafordlic “lordly, noble;” see lord (n.) + -ly (1). As an adverb from mid-14c.
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- Lord muck
noun 1. (informal) an ordinary man behaving or being treated as if he were aristocratic See also Lady Muck
- Lord of appeal
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