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feudal in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeudalfeud‧al /ˈfjuːdl/ adjective [only before noun]  PGrelating to feudalism the feudal system feudal society
Examples from the Corpus
feudalThat of the Ottos' was, at least in its ideology, universal and feudal.A local feudal family, the BalÜici, seized their opportunity and established themselves as rulers of Zeta.Certainly, the decline of the feudal force did not lead to the demise of the traditional leadership in war.The feudal lords - who could afford real glass - usually had it set directly into stone or metal.They were also hired as soldiers by feudal lords.While their feudal superiors killed or neglected daughters or banished them to convents, peasants left them more possessions.So the patron saint had become absorbed into the feudal world.