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  • n. A contracted form of my lord.


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  • Emerge from thy sauna, m'lord, and come out to fight the peasants who dare to bite thy hand rather than kiss thy ring.

    Jack Bog's Blog: June 2009 Archives

  • Won't budge without orders, delivered in the proper form, with nice salutes, and 'Yes, m'lord' an '' if your lordship pleases '.

    The Sky Writer

  • "There are many chimaera that walk the Worlds In Between, m'lord," he said.


  • Also, you say, m'lord, rurals equalling the urbans and I understand that but isn't it one man one vote in the end?

    [electoral college] nearly dropped in 1970

  • Not meaning to be disrespectful, m'lord, just stating an observation.

    Darth Sidious: People Person

  • "Have you tried one of these Ewoks, m'lord?" asked Admiral Piett, offering me a crisp kebab.

    Ewok Cook-Out

  • Well, I hope you have taken no offense, m'lord ...

    That's So Wizard!

  • Yes, m'lord, it is a full of bean factories and at times it can be a little unbearable.

    Scar Friends Luncheon Circle

  • “Not nonsense, m'lord,” said Franklin and could hear the condescension in his own voice.

    The Terror

  • “Only not a pyramid like our tents,” continued John Murray, “but long and low with an overhanging awning, almost like a canvas booth at a country fair, m'lord.”

    The Terror


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