Definition of Lordlings
1. lordling [n] - See also: lordling
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Literary usage of Lordlings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anthology of Modern Slavonic Literature in Prose and Verse by Paul Selver (1919)
"IF, lordlings, ye could only know How living creatures weep for woe, Ye would not pen idyllic lays, Nor unto God give empty praise, While mocking at the ..."
2. The reader's handbook of allusions, references, plots and stories by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1882)
"maiden, who preferred Strephon to the gay lordlings who sought her hand in marriage. .... lordlings ..."
3. Diary, from ... 1861-(1863). by Adam Gurowski (1864)
"... —Spittoons—Biota—Council of War—Lords and lordlings—Williamsport— Shame—Wadsworth—" To meet the Empress Eugenie," etc., etc., etc. ..."
4. Time's Telescope for ...; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack (1823)
"lordlings, in these realms of pleasure FATHER CHRISTMAS yearly dwells; ... lordlings, grant not your protection But cherish with a kind affection To a base, ..."
5. National Missions: A Series of Lectures by William Maccall (1855)
"lordlings smite her bosom with fierce blows, and she licks the hand that ... But lordlings, though they boast of their willingness to shed their blood on ..."