noun, Medieval English Law.
a tenure of land held by the tenant in performance of specified services or by payment of rent, and not requiring military service.
(English legal history) the tenure of land by certain services, esp of an agricultural nature
(English law) the freehold tenure of land
noun 1. a tenant holding land by socage; sokeman.
adjective 1. called or designated thus: the so-called Southern bloc. 2. incorrectly called or styled thus: so-called intellectuals. adjective 1. (prenominal) designated or styled by the name or word mentioned, esp (in the speaker’s opinion) incorrectly: a so-called genius (also used parenthetically after a noun): these experts, so-called, are no help
SOCAP Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals [in Business]
noun 1. a form of football played between two teams of 11 players, in which the ball may be advanced by kicking or by bouncing it off any part of the body but the arms and hands, except in the case of the goalkeepers, who may use their hands to catch, carry, throw, or stop […]