Synonyms of 'lord'
She married a lord and lives in a huge house in the country.
It was the home of the powerful lords of Baux.
He was an indecisive ruler.
the leader of the Conservative Party
The new leader is the deputy chief of the territory's defence force.
In 1154, Henry II became king of England.
the prince and other royal guests
My master ordered me to deliver the message.
He was governor of the province in the late 1970s.
The commander and some of his men had been released.
She will never stand down as monarch and we fully support her.
the first British sovereign to set foot on Spanish soil
Poachers made truces with their liege lords.
a rich Eastern potentate
the lords of the black market
idiom:lord it over someone
phrasethe Lord or Our Lord
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An aristocrat is someone whose family has a high social rank, especially someone who has a title.
He is the archetypal English aristocrat
Yes, our friend the baron has his problems.
You can use baron to refer to someone who controls a large amount of a particular industry or activity and who is therefore extremely powerful.
the battle against the drug barons
Thesaurus for lord from the Collins English Thesaurus
In Britain, a lord is a man who has a high rank in the nobility, for example an earl, a viscount, or a marquis .