Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of feudist.

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Examples

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    The Conquering Sword Of Conan

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    Red Nails

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    Conan The Warrior

  • In the miniature world of Xuchotl each handful of feudists was an army, and the empty halls between the castles was the country over which they campaigned.

    Conan The Warrior

  • They are sensitive because they are observant and realize they have been criticized and misunderstood -- misclassed as a rare race of "moonshiners" and "feudists."

    Sergeant York And His People

  • The shooting soon began to die down, with an occasional shot from the Thompson feudists, probably long-range shots at the fleeing figures of the Spurgeons.

    Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders Among the Kentucky Mountaineers

  • The Spurgeons and the Thompsons were feudists, and had time and again made war on each other for several generations, and it was their policy not to talk, but to let their rifles talk for them.

    Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders Among the Kentucky Mountaineers

  • The ludicrously funny and sometimes pathetic doings of the little, untamed feudists, moonshiners, and hero worshippers, form the subject-matter of the tale.

    Sight to the Blind

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