What is another word for lordly?

Pronunciation: [lˈɔːdli] (IPA)

Lordly is an adjective that describes someone or something that is magnificent, grand, or majestic. There are a variety of synonyms for the word lordly, including imperious, regal, stately, lofty, dignified, imposing, grandiose, majestic, and impressive. Each of these words conveys a sense of power and grandeur, which can be used to describe a person, place, or thing that exudes a certain level of authority or importance. Whether used in a literary context or in everyday conversation, these synonyms can help to add color and complexity to one's writing or speech, infusing it with a sense of elegance and sophistication.

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What are the hypernyms for Lordly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for lordly?

The term "lordly" is often associated with describing a proud and arrogant person or behavior. Its antonyms are words that connote a humbler and more modest attitude such as humble, meek, modest, and unassuming. Other antonyms for lordly can include words such as submissive, deferential, obedient, respectful, and polite. These words usually apply to people who show respect and esteem towards others, rather than trying to assert authority over them. Using these antonyms in place of lordly can transform the tone and convey a more respectful and approachable attitude, which can improve communication and social interactions.

Usage examples for Lordly

Was ever request for so small a "boon" couched in such lordly pomp of phrase and in such insinuating rhyme?
"Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
Slason Thompson
"Never worry about that, Antone," replied Pumpkin with a lordly air.
"The Green Forest Fairy Book"
Loretta Ellen Brady
He asked for water, she gave him milk; she brought him cream in a lordly dish.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker

Famous quotes with Lordly

  • God's most lordly gift to man is decency of mind.
    Aeschylus
  • And when he fell in whirlwind, he went downAs when a lordly cedar, green with boughs,Goes down with a great shout upon the hills,And leaves a lonesome place against the sky.
    Edwin Markham
  • The dull-hued turkey apes the gait Of lordly peacock, richly plumed; And thus the poetaster shows When he would fain his verse recite.
    Hindu Poetess
  • Blaine remembered how strange, dark, atavistic and noble Hull’s lordly selection of death has seemed. Pretentious, of course; but then, life itself was a pretension in the vast universe of unliving matter.
    Robert Sheckley
  • O love, whose lordly hand Has bridled my desires, And raised my hunger and my thirst To dignity and prideLet me rather starve, And let my heart parch with thirst, And let me die and perish, Ere I stretch my hand To a cup you did not fill, Or a bowl you did not bless.
    Khalil Gibran

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