Definition of Lords of Session in English:

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Lords of Session

plural noun

(In Scotland) the judges of the Court of Session.
Example sentences
  • When Sir Alexander Gibson was made a Lord of Session in 1621, he took the title of Lord Durie.
  • The first viscount was a Lord of Session in 1629, one of the judges of the Scottish Court of Session, or High Court.
  • The Lords of Session set themselves up as the ultimate arbitrators in matters affecting the feudal courts as well.

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