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1. Liege definition is - having the right to feudal allegiance or service

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2. How to use Liege in a sentence.

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3. Loyal; faithful: the Liege adherents of a cause.

Loyal, Liege

4. About Liege Just one hour from Brussels is Liege, a historical city on the river Meuse, dating back to Charlemagne.

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5. Ah, the Medieval era, where we find the word Liege as we know it, a term used by underlings for the lord of their land

Liege, Lord, Land

6. Liege, (probably from German ledig, “empty” or “free”), in European feudal society, an unconditional bond between a man and his overlord

Liege, Ledig

7. Thus, if a tenant held estates of various overlords, his obligations to his Liege lord (usually the lord of his largest estate or of that he had held the

Liege, Lord, Largest

8. A Liege is defined as a lord to be loyal to, or a loyal subject of a monarch

Liege, Lord, Loyal

9. An example of a Liege is a person who honored their lord or monarch during the feudal system.

Liege, Lord

10. Liege Now the individual's new commitment to the true faith contended with the ancient loyalties of the subject to one's Liege lord

Liege, Loyalties, Lord

11. From the Cambridge English Corpus I object to these privileges because they interfere with the right of the Lieges

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12. Liege (n.) late 14c., "vassal of a feudal lord," also "a feudal sovereign, a Liege-lord," probably from Liege (adj.)) or from a noun use of the adjective in Old French or Anglo-French

Liege, Late, Lord

13. Old French distinguished them as lige seignur "Liege-lord" and home lige "Liege-man."

Lige, Liege, Lord

14. Liege was taken and miserably pillaged, without regard to sex or age, things sacred or things profane

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15. QUENTIN DURWARD SIR WALTER SCOTT He rode up to where Louis was standing with his back against a rock, and dismounted saying 'My Liege—' MAGNUM BONUM CHARLOTTE M

Louis, Liege

16. Liege noun feudal lord, master, superior, sovereign, chieftain, overlord, seigneur, suzerain Poachers made truces with their Liege lords

Liege, Lord, Lords

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18. ‘In 1334 Balliol had to pay the price, performing Liege homage to Edward for his kingdom, and ceding much of southern Scotland to Edward III's direct rule.’ ‘This concept lead in the 9th century to the concept of Liege homage; that is, the one lord whom the vassal must obey even if …

Liege, Lead, Lord

19. "My Liege" is an archaic expression often found in Shakespeare plays

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20. The first capital of this diocese was Tongres, northeast of Liege; its territory originally belonged to the Diocese of Trier, then to Cologne; but after the first half of the fourth century Tongres received autonomous organization

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21. This is the third Liege waffle recipe I have tried- the first of which was excellent, but required you to start making them a day ahead

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22. Do you want to continue your education in Belgium, at the University of Liege? Attend our "Master's Event", online! Learn more Prospective Student Student Life

Liege, Learn, Life

23. (of a lord) owed feudal allegiance (esp in the phrase Liege lord) 2.

Lord, Liege

24. Mont-Cornillon was the site of a leprosarium and monastery under the Rule of Saint Augustine, just outside the city walls of Liege.: Others attribute authorship to the mendicants who provided spiritual counsel to women in the Liege diocese.: Liege homage involved the vassal admitting his obligation to pay all services, including the provision of military assistance.

Leprosarium, Liege

25. Liege became the home of University of Liège

Liege, Li

26. Synonyms for Liege in Free Thesaurus

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27. 23 synonyms for Liege: feudal lord, master, superior, sovereign, chieftain, overlord, seigneur, suzerain

Liege, Lord

28. Standard Liege's Mamadou Oulare was among five people fined for holding a barbecue in violation of coronavirus prevention regulations.

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29. The Old City of Liege is where you will find some of the best Liege attractions

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30. Found at the Place du Marche, this small monument that dates from 1697 is a symbol of La Cite Ardente, or The Fiery City, which Liege calls itself, and it is an enduring symbol of freedom.

La, Liege

31. Shop high-quality unique Liege T-Shirts designed and sold by artists

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Dictionary

LIEGE [lēZH, lēj]

ADJECTIVE
liege (adjective)

NOUN
liege (noun) · lieges (plural noun) · liege lord (noun) · liege lords (plural noun)

  • a feudal superior or sovereign.
  • a vassal or subject.
Synonyms: liege lord . lord . seigneur . suzerain . overlord . master . chief . chieftain . superior . monarch . sovereign . baron . ruler .

DEFINITION

  • a province of eastern Belgium. Formerly ruled by independent prince-bishops, it became a part of the Netherlands in 1815 and of Belgium in 1830.Flemish name Luik.
  • the capital of Liège, situated at the junction of the Meuse and Ourthe rivers; population 190,102 (2008).
Synonyms: luik .

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Liege stand for?

liege(Adjective) Sovereign; independent; having authority or right to allegiance; as, a liege lord. liege(Adjective) Serving an independent sovereign or master; bound by a feudal tenure; obliged to be faithful and loyal to a superior, as a vassal to his lord; faithful; loyal; as, a liege man; a liege subject.

What does a liege mean?

Definition of liege (Entry 2 of 3) 1a : a vassal bound to feudal service and allegiance (see allegiance sense 1a) b : a loyal subject. 2 : a feudal superior to whom allegiance and service are due.

What is the plural of Liege?

The plural form of liege is lieges.