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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlordlord1 /lɔːd $ lɔːrd/ noun  1 [countable] (also Lord)PGO a man who has a rank in the aristocracy, especially in Britain, or his titlelady Lord Salisbury2 [countable]SHCLASS IN SOCIETY a man in medieval Europe who was very powerful and owned a lot of land the feudal lords3 my lord4 somebody’s lord and master
Examples from the Corpus
lordLord TennysonDear lord, but it hurt.Dear lord, one word from that dreadful old woman, and she was undone.What he would do without Henry, lord knows.Life size models of the medieval lords, and a dramatic civil war battle scene, are just some of the attractions.Now, my lords, as to numbers.Louie bellowed out a roar that must have penetrated to not only Kitty upstairs but the lord too.The records tell us a little about the labourers employed by the lords.