M'lud


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M'lud

(məˈlʌd)
n
(Law) Brit my lord: used when addressing a judge in court
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As for playing football in the street: "Guilty, m'lud.
All m'lud has done is encourage more of this kind of theft.
There was one incident when I was the innocent party - it's true, M'lud.
There rest the cases for the defence and the prosecution, m'lud.
The victim, m'lud, was one Gordon Brown, also known as the Great Leader, Big Gord and the Great Clunking Fist.
The answer is Kiwis, M'Lud Serious stuff in the House of Lords.
At this point, through my barrister, I should like to make it clear M'lud that I'd instantly put the phone down every time this happened.
No prizes for guessing the content of these pages (or what M'lud actually thought.
Despite enough high horses to start a stampede, racism is a lot more than trading playground insults of the fat, skinny, ginger, spotty, smelly variety on a football field - but the sort of language being admitted in court, m'lud.
Guilty, m'lud, guilty of being a top-class legal drama.
In the latest case of judicial buffoonery, m'lud spared a drunken driver from prison after her 14-year-old daughter wrote a letter begging for her freedom.