alod

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alod

(ˈælɒd)
n
a feudal estate with no superior
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There was something awful and revolting in the memory of what had been bought at this fearful price of shame.
Antonia broke in: `He fight something awful! He is all over Jimmy's boots.
He was awful scared but I wasn't killed nor my back wasn't broken but my nose bled something awful and kept on bleeding for three days.
Grose I had an imperative, an almost frantic "Go, go!" before which, in infinite distress, but mutely possessed of the little girl and clearly convinced, in spite of her blindness, that something awful had occurred and some collapse engulfed us, she retreated, by the way we had come, as fast as she could move.
"Grandfather," said little Alice, looking fearfully into his face, "your voice sounds as though you were going to tell us something awful!"
It will come as a shock to you to know that my second name is something awful! I've kept it concealed all my life.
When misery is the deepest, there is something awful in this perpetual and smiling round of natural movements.
You can't thrash when you have rheumatic fever--though you want to something awful, Mrs.
"He has changed himself into something awful, only by hiding his face."
Did you really tell him to get out and never come near you again, or something awful like that?
"Oh, my God, I hope she hasn't done something awful," he cried aloud.
For should I travel on the earth and meet with one of my own species, my embarrassment would be something awful!"