Lordship [noun]

Definition of Lordship:

term of respect, usually to royalty

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Sentence/Example of Lordship:

"Capital, capital," his lordship would remark with great alacrity, when there was no other way of escape.

His lordship retired shortly to his study, Hetton and Mr. Haggard betook themselves to the billiard-room.

When his lordship retired early, as was his custom, the other men adjourned once more to the billiard-room.

"I most humbly thank your lordship," replied the butler with an air of profound gratitude, as he chuckled in his sleeve.

What is, then, this precious drink I read of in my Shakespeare—so precious, that your lordship will not trust him to his butler?

His lordship during the earlier part of his reign never came near Walls End Castle.

On his arrival at the local railway station he was met by his lordship in person.

For years his lordship was seldom seen in London, the great house in Grosvenor Square was never opened.

His lordship suggested that Garrick should write an address to the audience for the players.

He said he had come a long way to see your lordship, and he would see you; his business was very important.