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Lord High Chamberlain

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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
lord /lɔrd/USA pronunciation n. 
  1. [countable] a person who has authority, control, or power over others;
    master or ruler.
  2. Government[countable] a nobleman or peer.
  3. [proper noun;
    (in Great Britain)
    • the title of certain high officials:Lord Mayor of London.
    • the formally polite title of a bishop:Lord Bishop of Durham.
  4. Religion[proper noun; Lord] the Supreme Being;
  5. Religion[proper noun;
    Jesus Christ.

  • [often: Lord] This word is sometimes used to express surprise, delight, dismay, etc.:Lord, what a beautiful day!

  • v., Idiom.
  • lord it over, [+ object] to behave arrogantly toward (someone):to lord it over one's friends with one's new wealth.

  • Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

    lord /lɔːd/ n
    1. a person who has power or authority over others, such as a monarch or master
    2. a male member of the nobility, esp in Britain
    3. (in medieval Europe) a feudal superior, esp the master of a manor
      Compare lady
    4. a husband considered as head of the household (archaic except in the facetious phrase lord and master)
    5. a planet having a dominating influence
    6. my lorda respectful form of address used to a judge, bishop, or nobleman
    1. (transitive) rare to make a lord of (a person)
    2. to act in a superior manner towards (esp in the phrase lord it over)
    Etymology: Old English hlāford bread keeper; see loaf1, ward

    ˈlordless adj ˈlordˌlike adj

    Lord /lɔːd/ n
    1. a title given to God or Jesus Christ
    2. Brit a title given to men of high birth, specifically to an earl, marquess, baron, or viscount
    3. a courtesy title given to the younger sons of a duke or marquess
    4. the ceremonial title of certain high officials or of a bishop or archbishop: Lord Mayor, Lord of Appeal, Law Lord, Lord Bishop of Durham
    1. (sometimes not capital) an exclamation of dismay, surprise, etc: Good Lord!, Lord only knows!

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