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  • n. Plural form of feudalism.


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  • Right now, these centuries, feudalisms like ours are springing up everywhere, recovery is being made, and we take care not to look unique.

    Two in Time

  • He studied the Middle Age carefully, not for its picturesque externals, its feudalisms, chivalries, and the like; but because he found it a rich quarry of spiritual monstrosities, strange outcroppings of fanaticism, superstition, and moral and mental distortion of all shapes.

    Brief History of English and American Literature

  • Beside the great world-spectacle perpetually in his eye and thought, the small old-world pomps and feudalisms of his own existence had a way of looking ridiculous to him.


  • Bambinet, and the procureur, read the titles aloud, and pass over the feudalisms.

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • Clootz; -- or, dropping baptisms and feudalisms, World-Citizen Anacharsis

    The French Revolution

  • A major problem with this notion throughout recorded history has been that governments -- feudalisms, monarchies, and democracies alike -- have often worked at cross purposes to peace.

    The Full Feed from


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