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Synonyms for Lord

Synonyms for Lord

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The lady is in that room, my lord. You told me to show her into that room, my lord.
LORD GORING rushes to the door of the drawing-room, when MRS.
And you threw me over because you saw, or said you saw, poor old Lord Mortlake trying to have a violent flirtation with me in the conservatory at Tenby.
The world says that Lord Illingworth is very, very wicked.
Dear Lord Illingworth is quite hopeless, Lady Stutfield.
Do, as a concession to my poor wits, Lord Darlington, just explain to me what you really mean.
[Standing up stage with LORD DARLINGTON.] Yes, certainly.
'Private inquiries, instituted in England, have informed the Baron that my Lord's income is derived chiefly from what is called entailed property.
But my Lord's turn comes, when the marriage has been celebrated, and when the honeymoon is over.
"From Lord de Winter!" repeated Buckingham; "let him come in."
"That which I have to say of her can only be heard by yourself, my Lord!"
You who have little or no patrimony to bequeath or to inherit, may be on good terms with your father or your son, whereas the heir of a great prince, such as my Lord Steyne, must naturally be angry at being kept out of his kingdom, and eye the occupant of it with no very agreeable glances.
I have often heard George Mac Turk, Lord Bajazet's eldest son, say that if he had his will when he came to the title, he would do what the sultans do, and clear the estate by chopping off all his younger brothers' heads at once; and so the case is, more or less, with them all.
'If you'll give me leave, my lord,' said John Grueby, in a low voice, 'I'll change my proper place, and ride before you.
'My lord, a life so precious as yours must not be put in peril.