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lord

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of lord

  1. 1 a person of rank, power, or influence in a particular field <as lords of the local real estate scene, they own nearly all of the city's prime pieces of property> Synonyms baron, captain, czar (also tsar or tzar), king, lion, magnate, mogul, monarch, Napoleon, prince, tycoonRelated Words big boy, big cheese, bigfoot, biggie, big gun, big shot, big wheel, bigwig, fat cat, figure, heavy, heavyweight, honcho, kahuna, main man, mover and shaker, nabob, nawab, notable, personage, pooh-bah (also poo-bah), supremo [chiefly British], VIP; celebrity, personality, star, superstar; deity, demigod, godNear Antonyms half-pint, lightweight, small-timer; inferior, subordinate, underling; nobody, nothing, zero

  2. 2 cap the being worshipped as the creator and ruler of the universe <at this point all that we can do is put our fate in the hands of the Lord> Synonyms Allah, Almighty, Author, Creator, Divinity, Eternal, Everlasting, Father, God, Godhead, Jehovah, Lord, Maker, Providence, Supreme Being, Yahweh (also Jahveh or Yahveh)

  3. 3 a man of high birth or social position <lords and ladies arriving at the palace> Synonyms grandee, gentleman, milord, nobleman, peerRelated Words country gentleman, squire; cavalier, chevalier, knight; don, hidalgo, nabob, nawab, seigneur, seignior, sheikh (or sheik); baron, baronet, count, duke, earl, esquire, marchese, margrave, marquess (or marquis), master, prince, princelet, princeling, raja, viscount; lordship, sire [archaic]Near Antonyms boor, churl, cottar (or cotter), fellah, peasant, peon; commoner, pleb, plebeian; proletarian; toiler


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