feudal system


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  • noun

Synonyms for feudal system

the social system that developed in Europe in the 8th century

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The Roman Catholic Church is the last, the very last, remnant of those ancient feudal systems.
He uses Scotland's feudal system to acquire old titles and claim ownership rights to homes.
Authoritarianism is thus engrained in the feudal personality and is as essential to the feudal system as oxygen is to human life.
They guided the law to facilitate commerce--through land transfers during the feudal system breakdown and labor exploitation during the rise of the mercantile class and the Industrial Revolution.
All of life's activities functioned within the framework of what was called the feudal system.
They favored land-control in what was akin to hereditary feudal system.
a) Feudal system being a legacy of colonial era allowing continuation exploitation of 70 per cent rural population of the country, should be abolished and agrarian reforms should be introduced.
For thousands of years, under the czars, the Orthodox Church, and communist dictators, they knew only serfdom in a warped feudal system of land tenure.
Athos goes back to his roots tonight As Athos proposes a radical shake-up of the feudal system - a good 100 years before the French Revolution, he also has a tricky encounter with the woman he would have married if Milady hadn't beguiled him.
As Athos proposes a radical shake-up of the feudal system - 100 years before the French Revolution - he also has a tricky encounter with the woman he would have married if Milady hadn't beguiled him.
Ghazi Salahuddin said MQM workers were being killed for their struggle against the feudal system in the province.
He said that feudal system is mother of all ills in Pakistan and that no government is ready to initiate purposeful land reforms.
He said that the feudal system was mother of all ills in the country and none of the governments was ready to initiate purposeful land reforms.
The rather charming period house that is Court Farm in Kington, Flyford Flavell, in Worcestershire, has a little something extra, a unique selling point that harks right back to the feudal system.
What title was given to the military rulers who controlled the feudal system of Japan?