• noun: a lord in the time of the Middle Ages
  • noun: a vassal bound to feudal service and allegiance
  • adjective: having the right to feudal allegiance or service

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  • (..) I will. It's going to be dangerous. Danger? I laugh in the face of danger. Hah ha ha haa! I see nothing funny about this. Timon? Pumbaa? What are you doing here? At your service, my liege. Uh.. We're going to fight your uncle... for this? Yes, Timon; this is my home. Live bait. (..)
    1994 The Lion King
  • (..) I had not noted him I feared he did but trifle and meant to wreck thee Come, go we to the king. This must be known My liege and madam, to expostulate what majesty should be, what duty is... Why day is day, night night and time is time, were nothing but to waste night, day and time (..)
    2015 Hamlet
  • (..) is somewhat lessened of late... ...Th'oden King. He's not welcome. Why should I welcome you... ...Gandalf Stormcrow? A just question, my liege. Late is the hour... which this conjurer chooses to appear. L'thspell I name him. Ill news is an ill guest. (..)
    2002 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers