- n. a feudal lord entitled to allegiance and service
“ During the Battle for the Vistula, Sir Tados had once spat on Conrad’s boots, when our liege lord had given an unpopular order.”
“I will never consign the people of Didion to a liege lord who avails himself of the depraved sorcery of the Coldlight Army.”
“I gave her to understand that her liege lord had passed in his mortal chips and that it would be sometime before he would ride his favorite horse again, and I informed her that henceforth I should call the gallant steed “Tall Bull,” in honor of her husband.”
“Kamar al-Zaman, King Ghayur, Queen Marjanah and the King of the city; and he kissed the ground and said, My liege lord cometh from Persia-land; for many years ago he lost his son and he is seeking him in all countries.”
“Minister’s claim upon the Monarch?” — “None hath a more imperative claim on the King than hath the Wazir, for three reasons: firstly, because of that which shall befal him from his liege lord in case of error in judgment, and because of the general advantage to King and commons in case of sound judgmen; secondly, that folk may know the goodliness of the degree which the”
“Whereupon Salih arose and, kissing the ground a second time, said, “O King of the Age, my errand is to Allah and the magnanimous liege lord and the valiant lion, the report of whose good qualities the caravans far and near have dispread and whose renown for benefits and beneficence and clemency and graciousness and liberality to all climes and countries hath sped.””
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