lairdship


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lairdship

(ˈlɛədʃɪp)
n
1. (Sociology) the condition of being a laird, or the rank of laird
2. (Sociology) the land or estate belonging to a laird
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Contractor address : Unit 3, New Lairdship Yards, Broomhouse,
easily-identifiable 'W4NK3R' registration plates," said his Lairdship yesterday.
Fierce, red-haired Bruce MacLennan proves himself in battle and earns a lairdship in feudal Scotland.
The revenue from this lairdship amounted to 6,789,106,789 gold royals a year, but Panurge managed to spend his income well in advance.
The actor wins ITV show The Baron, which entitles him to the lairdship of the village of Gardenstown, Banffshire.