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Pronunciation:

[l_ˈɔː_d], [lˈɔːd], [lˈɔːd]
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Synonyms for Lord:

deity (noun) director (noun) master (noun) possessor (noun) boast (verb) direct (verb) dominate (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Lord:

  1. gourd, deplored, scored, poured, ward, record, reward, horde, restored, board, explored, toward, verwoerd, chord, hoard, soared, cord, sword, roared, bored, ignored, ford, floored, implored, fjord, snored, stored;
  2. adored, afford, accord, abhorred, aboard, award;
  3. unexplored, untoward;

Quotes for Lord:

  1. Lord of the Rings made me realize that I'm not interested in doing anyone else's work. Ralph Bakshi.
  2. For me, I go in and play a few Christian songs for an audience, and now I have people come up and not tell me I'm great, but tell me that my music is helping save their lives, helping them in the Lord and helping them end their vices. Rick Derringer.
  3. We are to introduce our people into the life of the Church, which is salvation, that they may grasp its meaning, its contents and purpose, to taste and see how good the Lord is. Arthur Middleton.

Idioms of Lord:

  1. ( lord) high muckamuck;
  2. live like a king/ lord
  3. drunk as a skunk, at drunk as a lord

Adjectives for Lord:

  • painfully fat,
  • self-proclaimed mutant,
  • unsettled, young,
  • private, young,
  • apprehensive admiral,
  • lowest, young,
  • beguiling and generous,
  • full marshal,
  • panicked, great,
  • once mighty and terrifying,
  • thane-nominal,
  • previous vassal,
  • noble or vassal,
  • rich and degenerate,
  • late lunatic,
  • biblical false,
  • young wrathful,
  • overbearing minor,
  • rich but ugly old,
  • perhaps horned,
  • haughty mortal,
  • ruthless, all-powerful,
  • much, strange,
  • suitably complaisant,
  • newest vassal,
  • fair and forthright,
  • destitute, good,
  • new coronal,
  • former coronal,
  • self-styled coronal,
  • young coronal,
  • frail and pampered,
  • traitorous egyptian,
  • most inimitable,
  • magnificent bathysmal,
  • kindly obedient,
  • hereditary irresponsible,
  • famous and rather exalted,
  • typically tall and slender,
  • suddenly hard-to-please,
  • animal and current,
  • all-knowing and infinitely compassionate,
  • old swollen,
  • unstable and unpopular,
  • great and elder,
  • august and benevolent,
  • fine captive,
  • great coronal,
  • silver-haired and angular,
  • dazed older,
  • rich, prominent,
  • young and unpleasant,
  • playful uncaring,
  • rogue commercial,
  • priorities—feudal,
  • indignant second,
  • false carrion,
  • proper and especial,
  • notable merry,
  • rich litigious,
  • invincible and illustrious,
  • local latvian,
  • wise latvian,
  • great latvian,
  • temporal and seigneural,
  • ignorant, dear,
  • well-known admiral,
  • mighty and good,
  • thy tiresome,
  • illustrious and very magnificent,
  • nearer, gracious,
  • slow and immovable,
  • good and strange,
  • ill-advised and misguided,
  • absent unknown,
  • most ignoble,
  • less, gracious,
  • unfortunate, pitiable,
  • valiant and all-powerful,
  • politic feudal,
  • absolute but loving,
  • foul adulterous,
  • mighty and greater,
  • french, external,
  • virtuous honorable,
  • fair kinder,
  • faithful dearest,
  • proud, outspoken,
  • next crystal,
  • insane, evil,
  • local wealthy,
  • self-righteous local,
  • fancy, scented,
  • quiet, great,
  • particularly loyal,
  • black-haired and blue-eyed,
  • rascal and old,
  • lean, sinister,
  • late and charred,
  • other coronal,
  • other and insane,
  • little-known fifth,
  • current enlightened,
  • rogue, more,
  • legendary foreign,
  • ancient, autocratic,
  • swarthy, angry,
  • professional dark,
  • splendid joyous,
  • new and most noble,
  • occasional ambitious,
  • ever honorable,
  • young absentee,
  • profane and sacrilegious,
  • much senior,
  • impetuous, handsome,
  • irresponsible and irresistible,
  • veritable free,
  • free noble,
  • absolute sole,
  • powerful and clamorous,
  • vigorous, virile,
  • same admiral,
  • young horned,
  • ele\-mental,
  • bloody high,
  • many, young,
  • ambitious minor,
  • heedless, headstrong,
  • puissant and excellent,
  • magnanimous and liberal,
  • much aware,
  • fine and mighty,
  • closest local,
  • typically tall,
  • brave, arrogant,
  • youthful british,
  • sad, unfortunate,
  • noble haughty,
  • pure and incorruptible,
  • quite heartless,
  • high and very powerful,
  • spiritual or secular,
  • hard and unscrupulous,
  • enough, young,
  • pasty old,
  • eager, fierce,
  • mighty and terrifying,
  • elegant, languid,
  • perfumed young,
  • little nutty,
  • worth, good,
  • mysterious, elegant,
  • high haughty,
  • ranking noble,
  • scarce, young,
  • scarred and muscular,
  • mighty and arrogant,
  • magnificent, terrible,
  • precious, loving,
  • stout and loyal,
  • real and rightful,
  • sometimes outrageous,
  • plain, young,
  • indisposed, dear,
  • dark and lean,
  • huge and frightening,
  • hard-to-please,
  • stable, strong,
  • strange and secretive,
  • next evil,
  • puissant and mighty,
  • handsome, well-mannered,
  • wicked dark,
  • powerful mortal,
  • now savage,
  • infamous young,
  • proud, dear,
  • noble and august,
  • german feudal,
  • same omniscient,
  • well-known noble,
  • loving, merciful,
  • idiotic, perilous,
  • generous and worshipful,
  • handsome lusty,
  • high and most noble,
  • former, corrupt,
  • great and well beloved,
  • would-be dark,
  • crotchety gloomy,
  • cadaverous, ancient,
  • outwardly stern,
  • pert, noisy,
  • noble and most resplendent,
  • illustrious but unthinking,
  • degenerate and presumptuous,
  • true, beloved,
  • avenging and critical,
  • unbounded, arbitrary,
  • however much and long,
  • placid but now irate,
  • thine, bright,
  • noble and most puissant,
  • puissant and triumphant,
  • prudent and very wise,
  • exalted and excellent,
  • ridiculous dummy,
  • absolute, dominant,
  • foodal,
  • tremendous and awesome,
  • vassal or feudal,
  • unborn and eternal,
  • perfect highest,
  • loving and legal,
  • superior and direct,
  • sweet and divine,
  • worthy, gracious,
  • ever distinct and precious,
  • already temporal,
  • slow but imperious,
  • modern noble,
  • mighty, high,
  • veritable and primordial,
  • literary radical,
  • intriguing and overbearing,
  • apparitional divine,
  • gracious and rich,
  • benignant, glorious,
  • gracious high,
  • untamed and stern,
  • gay, fortunate,
  • refractory sovereign,
  • mild sovereign,
  • justice-general and extraordinary,
  • thy wittal,
  • coxcombical young,
  • titular sovereign,
  • worthy single-minded,
  • good nor honest,
  • trewly liberal,
  • adorable and beloved,
  • sovereign sacrificial,
  • harsh exacting,
  • haughty steep,
  • british rear-admiral,
  • savage polish,
  • rich mighty,
  • most worthiest,
  • heavier material,
  • rich extravagant,
  • rare rampant,
  • wise and courtly old,
  • rough and unkind,
  • fair and most sweet,
  • absent eastern,
  • towering and apparently haughty,
  • canadian feudal,
  • merciful and mild,
  • empty, good,
  • depraved, good,
  • mighty, generous,
  • noble and versatile,
  • lawful and sovereign,
  • grand patrician,
  • always rich and gay,
  • evil feudal,
  • once proud and imperious,
  • gentle and sovereign,
  • arta total,
  • peculiarly powerful and independent,
  • excellent and mighty,
  • wicked defunct,
  • handsome, rich and powerful,
  • wise, discerning,
  • feudal and juridical,
  • hereditary, feudal and juridical,
  • particularly merry and cheerful,
  • local semi-independent,
  • hospitable manorial,
  • numb, gracious,
  • large, feudal,
  • affable or benevolent,
  • illustrious and very excellent,
  • successive, generous,
  • sovereign and immediate,
  • sturdily sensitive and expressive,
  • sturdily sensitive,
  • unborn sixth,
  • witty, old,
  • mock imperial,
  • stern moorish,
  • vassal and feudal,
  • twice mighty,
  • worshipful and reverent,
  • pious and most august,
  • minor middle-aged,
  • powerful vassal,
  • sober, diplomatic,
  • yon sovereign,
  • apparently gaelic,
  • proud, incestuous,
  • rich and gallant,
  • hideous, dear,
  • valiant and adventurous,
  • youghal, feudal,
  • brave and always courteous,
  • jocose and good-natured,
  • eternal, loving,
  • celtic, baal,
  • captive, late,
  • good and most sweetest,
  • superior and nameless,
  • thine infernal,
  • self-deceiving, good,
  • mere, mere,
  • never feudal,
  • seneschal, dear,
  • powerful but momentary,
  • funeral good,
  • sweet incarnate,
  • such, mighty,
  • unparalleled, thy,
  • all-powerful sovereign,
  • heroic, murderous,
  • all-powerful, highest,
  • dear positive,
  • truly gracious and merciful,
  • truest, biggest,
  • next legitimate,
  • aristocratic, immaculate,
  • young and stubborn,
  • grim, mad,
  • secret and ineffable,
  • mild and honest,
  • tall and patrician,
  • rich feudal,
  • cold and devious,
  • dire and unpredictable,
  • haughty, little,
  • idle and incorrigible,
  • pat, good,
  • beloved electoral,
  • grim black-bearded,
  • white-haired and gouty,
  • potent great,
  • present vice-admiral,
  • precious sovereign,
  • mighty, faithful,
  • grim, good,
  • amusing, poor,
  • ever distinct,
  • lone moody,
  • benevolent feudal,
  • impossible but young,
  • young and profligate,
  • good and pacific,
  • dirty but zealous,
  • french, field-marshal,
  • dear incarnate,
  • mighty past,
  • pious sovereign,
  • glorious, gracious,
  • sleek, voluptuous,
  • brilliant but infidel,
  • natural sovereign,
  • ill-fated but amiable,
  • dear and most sweet,
  • righteous, innocent,
  • eccentric fifth,
  • vile miscreant,
  • common gracious,
  • chief feudal,
  • proud but steady,
  • noisy, irrepressible,
  • proud, sinful,
  • ecclesiastical feudal,
  • immediate sovereign,
  • renowned, triumphant,
  • eccentric and profligate,
  • mightiest, greatest,
  • contemptible french,
  • earthly sovereign,
  • hugh, fourth,
  • hugh, sixth,
  • hugh, tenth,
  • excellent and great,
  • impoverished noble,
  • profuse and popular,
  • equitable and wise,
  • late chivalrous,
  • good-natured, officious,
  • easy-going and heedless,
  • right puissant,
  • once gay and handsome,
  • atheistical, radical,
  • cruel and witty,
  • chief and high,
  • mighty and righteous,
  • poetic contemporary,
  • manifest, universal,
  • little or insignificant,
  • archaic feudal,
  • visible young,
  • big and good,
  • mild and mighty,
  • good warlike,
  • proud, great,
  • sublime, ethereal,
  • noble and stout,
  • ever best,
  • universal personal,
  • interminable interval,
  • formidable and impressive,
  • meek and fond,
  • young and drunken,
  • amiable and wealthy,
  • noble righteous,
  • gracious and sovereign,
  • justice-general,
  • late field-marshal,
  • noble noble,
  • bad and bloody,
  • renowned and eminent,
  • glorious loving,
  • german, good,
  • severe and mighty,
  • witty and outspoken,
  • listless and indolent,
  • same moorish,
  • ever ready and willing,
  • innocent and incautious,
  • real, conscious,
  • similar feudal,
  • veritable great,
  • never braver,
  • poor, tottering,
  • great, sovereign,
  • blind and irresponsible,
  • prudent and benevolent,
  • cultured but indolent,
  • magnificent and illustrious,
  • wooden young,
  • grave responsible,
  • better direct,
  • elder and principal,
  • gracious and faithful,
  • lofty stern,
  • undisputed military,
  • civil or temporal,
  • right excellent,
  • pompous, foolish,
  • legitimate and rightful,
  • mighty and proud,
  • sensitive and expressive,
  • most benign,
  • renowned and mighty,
  • greater territorial,
  • cruel and fanatical,
  • ill-fated irish,
  • older syrian,
  • darkly elegant,
  • fearsome, little,
  • gracious and glorious,
  • cold and imperious,
  • certain burgundian,
  • opposite little,
  • greatest territorial,
  • devout and worthy,
  • ingenious and philosophical,
  • last clerical,
  • dear humble,
  • haughty and proud,
  • now major-general,
  • illustrious and patriotic,
  • shrewd and genial,
  • brief, good,
  • profligate old,
  • gracious and compassionate,
  • opulent young,
  • young woodland,
  • gray, pale,
  • sublime and powerful,
  • proud and luxurious,
  • courteous and liberal,
  • highest and eternal,
  • dear, gracious,
  • valiant and unfortunate,
  • new, thin,
  • impoverished young,
  • gallant and amiable,
  • second naval,
  • generous, generous,
  • venerable and patriotic,
  • dandy young,
  • powerful danish,
  • fat and bald,
  • eternal, thy,
  • relative, old,
  • dead, sweet,
  • thin, unhappy,
  • real hereditary,
  • ushal,
  • gross little,
  • young, arrogant,
  • noble foreign,
  • strangely absent,
  • absolute and sole,
  • individual or corporate,
  • gay and noble,
  • same trial,
  • worthy and worshipful,
  • parsimonious old,
  • sole and sovereign,
  • excellent and good,
  • high and potent,
  • brave and sturdy,
  • triumphant and glorious,
  • dear venerable,
  • charming and happy,
  • late cruel,
  • great and sinister,
  • last and sole,
  • youthful and impetuous,
  • stern relentless,
  • grand and happy,
  • greatest northern,
  • great land-owning,
  • gallant and high-minded,
  • thine absent,
  • important, dear,
  • mere stray,
  • iniquitous old,
  • gracious, noble,
  • eternal and glorious,
  • elegant and witty,
  • glorious and gracious,
  • late gracious,
  • other tartar,
  • hereditary feudal,
  • generous, disinterested,
  • rich and potent,
  • once potent,
  • last, thy,
  • mere feudal,
  • impetuous and fiery,
  • powerful and cruel,
  • sullen, morose,
  • great, mighty,
  • ever noble,
  • late admirable,
  • magnificent and powerful,
  • fantastic young,
  • young grey,
  • cruel and unreasonable,
  • occasional petty,
  • stolid young,
  • free, young,
  • popular and beloved,
  • grim and dreadful,
  • peculiarly powerful,
  • extravagant old,
  • particularly merry,
  • gracious good,
  • fearless and noble,
  • mixtec,
  • odd, fantastic,
  • stern and inexorable,
  • noble and righteous,
  • noble polish,
  • cruel and lawless,
  • fair, noble,
  • gracious and loving,
  • thy new-found,
  • terrible bright,
  • stupid british,
  • illustrious and puissant,
  • lofty and heroic,
  • gallant and romantic,
  • proud and exclusive,
  • most royal,
  • present gracious,
  • now undisputed,
  • cold proud,
  • good loving,
  • cold and proud,
  • always courteous,
  • dear worthy,
  • bright, eternal,
  • faithful vassal,
  • now infamous,
  • young, wild,
  • fair and worthy,
  • certain danish,
  • enraged young,
  • strong but gentle,
  • own peerless,
  • late young,
  • most holy,
  • late amiable,
  • single absolute,
  • old, venerable,
  • next chief,
  • poor noble,
  • most serene,
  • sole great,
  • powerful but cautious,
  • bankrupt british,
  • almost late,
  • plump and studious,
  • sputtering local,
  • well-known, poverty-stricken,
  • paunchy, grizzled,
  • arrogant minor,
  • proud swollen,
  • grim ruthless,
  • favorite, divine,
  • one-time egyptian,
  • unknown bearded,
  • powerful, well-respected,
  • late vice\ admiral,
  • stupid or greedy,
  • crotchety and unknown,
  • richest, mightiest,
  • better, great,
  • thy independent,
  • victorious sovereign,
  • vassal, royal,
  • difficult, gracious,
  • serene and most pious,
  • resolute and politic,
  • surely present and ready,
  • honorable, worthy and dear,
  • finally universal,
  • plumed hereditary,
  • burial, good,
  • handsome, lawful,
  • humane, pious and beloved,
  • philanthropic and noble,
  • gentle and most illustrious,
  • eastern feudal,
  • pre-eminent lyric,
  • richest and most illustrious,
  • infinitely wiser and more,
  • arbitrary feudal,
  • old, admiral,
  • present and twelfth,
  • powerful and kindly fairy,
  • suitable and loyal,
  • superior and feudal,
  • foul-mouthed and most unworthy,
  • cordial and brilliant,
  • noble, high and powerful,
  • tall elfin,
  • kuhal, second,
  • late human,
  • white-haired and muscular,
  • late and much-beloved,
  • ever courteous and thoughtful,
  • financial deal,
  • good and very clever,
  • gifted but sceptical,
  • heroic, glorious,
  • once undisputed,
  • surely present,
  • mighty and rich,
  • prosaic and frugal,
  • eternal, true,
  • jealous, good,
  • little manorial,
  • great skilled,
  • all-powerful and remote,
  • absolute, sole,
  • true and hereditary,
  • same incompetent,
  • precious and adorable,
  • own, proud,
  • nominal and titular,
  • junior civil,
  • illustrious admiral,
  • omniscient, omnipresent,
  • excellent and exalted,
  • gracious and great,
  • definite, particular,
  • nominal feudal,
  • great, gracious,
  • jealous and inexorable,
  • honorable and excellent,
  • infinitely wiser,
  • personal, loving,
  • next noble,
  • plain and unpretentious,
  • handsome and muscular,
  • sorry, mighty,
  • worthy and dear,
  • proud and cunning,
  • pious and beloved,
  • merciful and righteous,
  • inexorable and cruel,
  • once sovereign,
  • venerable and gifted,
  • kindly fairy,
  • vigilant and energetic,
  • personal, righteous,
  • dear, dumb,
  • kuhal,
  • deep, good,
  • rich and puissant,
  • noble, gracious,
  • veritable feudal,
  • devilish thick,
  • fair dear,
  • courteous and thoughtful,
  • thine unknown,
  • florid little,
  • religious and pious,
  • bold burgundian,
  • pious and able,
  • fair gentle,
  • pragmatical old,
  • muddy, bloody,
  • renowned and illustrious,
  • sweet merciful,
  • vindictive young,
  • young, aggressive,
  • hairy human,
  • same minor,
  • brave and admirable,
  • universal absolute,
  • high and terrible,
  • noble, magnanimous,
  • mad, dear,
  • tall, black-clad,
  • brave and courteous,
  • gracious, loving,
  • young northern,
  • more bashful,
  • current or former,
  • late and great,
  • ever courteous,
  • dead, good,
  • so-called foreign,
  • fat, foolish,
  • frank and gentle,
  • good-natured, merry,
  • sudden good,
  • young and rich,
  • gallant and faithful,
  • safe, dear,
  • great proud,
  • valiant and noble,
  • sweet, gracious,
  • thy worthless,
  • illustrious and excellent,
  • handsome and popular,
  • prudent young,
  • rapacious and overbearing,
  • haggard and white-haired,
  • white-haired and tanned,
  • right high and mighty,
  • impossible, gracious,
  • quiet, invincible,
  • young drunken,
  • true coronal,
  • new, self-proclaimed,
  • pleasant and able,
  • cool and disinterested,
  • big-boned blond,
  • adorable and puissant,
  • divine and puissant,
  • all-knowing highest,
  • rich luxurious,
  • powerful and righteous,
  • worst, good,
  • right high,
  • late viceregal,
  • exalted and powerful,
  • puissant and illustrious,
  • entangled young,
  • illustrious and divine,
  • absolute sovereign,
  • wise and courteous,
  • yon smooth,
  • great incarnate,
  • magnanimous young,
  • late vice-admiral,
  • also superior,
  • reckless irish,
  • great and august,
  • powerful and glorious,
  • cold, conventional,
  • true eastern,
  • excellent and enlightened,
  • wise good,
  • worthy and wise,
  • enormous young,
  • charming and handsome,
  • selfish, arrogant,
  • true, fair,
  • gentle and polite,
  • truculent old,
  • powerful and wise,
  • petty feudal,
  • excellent and illustrious,
  • great barbaric,
  • lame young,
  • thy lawful,
  • other infidel,
  • cold, dear,
  • late little,
  • cunning and unscrupulous,
  • ancient and natural,
  • true and gentle,
  • tall spare,
  • same warlike,
  • discreet young,
  • hagal,
  • good gracious,
  • same unlucky,
  • great warrior-coronal,
  • careful, venerable,
  • proper vassal,
  • unsophisticated minor,
  • yon senile,
  • white-haired and handsome,
  • excellent and dear,
  • gracious and religious,
  • solitary feudal,
  • puny ecclesiastical,
  • sovereign or feudal,
  • dear nebulous,
  • unseen and absent,
  • great unchallenged,
  • shady, mysterious,
  • rogue, soulless,
  • genuine, impossible-but-real,
  • white-haired and clean-shaven,
  • wealthy hospitable,
  • shaven and indifferent,
  • luxurious idle,
  • least rich,
  • precious noble,
  • overbearing and unjust,
  • dearest, gracious,
  • powerful norwegian,
  • fourth, young,
  • also feudal,
  • dear sovereign,
  • spectral old,
  • most divine,
  • honorable good,
  • greatest and mightiest,
  • mighty and puissant,
  • slight, blond,
  • harsh, imperious,
  • weak, dear,
  • kabal,
  • insufferable young,
  • quasi-feudal,
  • most puissant,
  • present noble,
  • high and powerful,
  • other sovereign,
  • cruel, proud,
  • local feudal,
  • such, good,
  • poor, noble,
  • great seafaring,
  • additional naval,
  • late irish,
  • wondrous wise,
  • dead french,
  • gracious and merciful,
  • rough new,
  • famous admiral,
  • rich and mighty,
  • young turkish,
  • bad young,
  • thy sovereign,
  • far better,
  • fine magnanimous,
  • scarlet, young,
  • noble sorrowful,
  • joint hereditary,
  • far better and preferable,
  • lead, dear,
  • general, admiral,
  • hidebound, insensitive,
  • eternal everlasting,
  • beloved and adorable,
  • lofty alien,
  • merciless, mighty,
  • old-style feudal,
  • rich, personal,
  • occasional high-ranking,
  • invisible universal,
  • right gracious,
  • last rightful,
  • mighty sovereign,
  • incapable old,
  • affable young,
  • most merciful,
  • noble and loyal,
  • great and puissant,
  • late illustrious,
  • rich and great,
  • exquisite young,
  • thy dearest,
  • fair and dear,
  • gracious, gentle,
  • haughty overbearing,
  • young dark,
  • major western,
  • furious young,
  • amorous young,
  • potent and impotent,
  • unnumbered or old,
  • immediate hereditary,
  • highest great,
  • bright irresistible,
  • puissant and noble,
  • especial fine,
  • proud northern,
  • thy feudal,
  • elusive young,
  • thy superior,
  • great and potent,
  • good brave,
  • most powerful,
  • second french,
  • welcome, noble,
  • senior naval,
  • careful, young,
  • late noble,
  • own sovereign,
  • dear dear,
  • noble and gallant,
  • well-bred, noble,
  • natural and sovereign,
  • thrice noble,
  • most generous,
  • mighty and gracious,
  • junior naval,
  • geatish,
  • true feudal,
  • most potent,
  • thy merciful,
  • testy old,
  • unsympathetic and uncooperative,
  • most absolute,
  • great and greedy,
  • rich hereditary,
  • unworthy and unnatural,
  • plump and soft-spoken,
  • noble and mighty,
  • own feudal,
  • resolute young,
  • dear and faithful,
  • most eminent,
  • young british,
  • all-powerful and merciful,
  • more, merciful,
  • capable and fair,
  • gracious sovereign,
  • merciful and gracious,
  • medieval feudal,
  • late sovereign,
  • noble and puissant,
  • most worthy,
  • most glorious,
  • enough, dear,
  • illustrious and most excellent,
  • late admiral,
  • hawk-faced,
  • same noble,
  • powerful feudal,
  • good young,
  • great mighty,
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  • new young,
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  • dear young,
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  • bridal, young,
  • most illustrious,
  • manorial,
  • certain noble,
  • most gracious,
  • good and gracious,
  • white-haired,
  • rightful,
  • second,
  • feudal,
  • gracious,
  • sovereign,
  • noble.
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