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his lordship

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhis lordshiphis lordshipBritish English spokenIMPORTANT a man who thinks he is very important – used humorously So when will his lordship be back? lordship
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his lordshipThus it was that his greatest hurdle to date had been asking his lordship for a job.He had assumed his lordship like any other feudal lord.It was clear to him that if he said he could, his lordship would take him.Naturally, his lordship was greatly distressed and immediately made plans to dispatch funds and commiserations to Frau Bremann.Madeleine said she didn't mind, but you could see his lordship was going down like a dose of castor oil.The porter was reprimanded and a humble apology was presented to his Lordship.Jun. 805, where his Lordship dismissed a petition to expunge the proof of a surety against the estate of a co-surety.
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