from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The position or duties of a landlord.
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Onfield violence, roguery, landlordship and divorce – Peter Storey's autobiography has it all
And before long we're into retirement and pub landlordship and encounters with Howard Marks and all the rest of it.
He held the landlordship of an inn to be the same as Shaw's definition of marriage - as something combining the maximum of temptation with the maximum of opportunity.
Wide territory was needed, so that at last absentee landlordship was common.
He was not supreme landlord, for landlordship did not exist in Mexico.
For example, since the great revolution which swept away the landlordship and fiscal exemptions of the French nobility, a marquisate or a dukedom in France is of scarcely more political importance than a doctorate of laws in a New England university.