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baronial

Syllabification: ba·ro·ni·al
Pronunciation: /bəˈrōnēəl
 
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Definition of baronial in English:

adjective

Belonging or relating to a baron or barons; suitable for a baron: a leading baronial family halls of baronial splendor
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  • Most of our evidence concerning the heraldry of twelfth-century baronial families comes from surviving seals.
  • His son joined the rebels, and this seems to have been the solution adopted by many baronial families.
  • He did not rebel when John took his castles; he gave up his two sons as hostages; he supported John against the Papal Interdict; and he supported John in the baronial rebellion.

Words that rhyme with baronial

ceremonial, colonial, matrimonial, monial, neocolonial, postcolonial, patrimonial, testimonial

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