Definition of Landlords

1. Noun. (plural of landlord) ¹



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Definition of Landlords

1. landlord [n] - See also: landlord

Lexicographical Neighbors of Landlords

landless
landlessness
landlessnesses
landline
landlines
landlocked
landlocked salmon
landloper
landlopers
landlord
landlord's lien
landlordism
landlordisms
landlordless
landlordry
landlords (current term)
landlouper
landloupers
landlouping
landlubber
landlubberly
landlubbers
landlubbing
landly
landman
landmark
landmarked
landmarking
landmarks

Literary usage of Landlords

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Complete Works of Henry George by Henry George (1881)
"Either the land of Ireland rightfully belongs to the Irish landlords, ... If it rightfully belongs to the landlords, then is the whole agitation wrong, ..."

2. The Contemporary Review (1882)
"THE IRISH landlords. troubles of the Irish landlords are now occupying no small J_ place in public interest. Their misfortunes are being painted in striking ..."

3. The Land Question: Property in Land, The Condition of Labor by Henry George, George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1881)
"Either the land of Ireland rightfully belongs to the Irish landlords, ... If it rightfully belongs to the landlords, then is the whole agitation wrong, ..."

4. The Land Laws by Frederick Pollock (1883)
"But landlords and tenants were left free to make agreements excluding the ... But, whether because landlords did not choose to have their legal powers ..."

5. The Nineteenth Century (1881)
"ABOLITION OF landlords. IT may seem superfluous to English mind-; to discuss what appears to them so revolutionary a scheme as a general, compulsory, ..."

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